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Discussion in 'Pay and conditions' started by t0lk13n, May 31, 2012.
Can a teacher be given another tlr if they hold one already?
I think so, if it is a small school then teachers will have to have more than one TLR
No, it is not possible to have more than one TLR. If a teacher with a TLR takes on resposibility in an area already covered by a TLR, then the job as a whole needs to be re-evaluated and a new single TLR needs to be calculated and paid.
What Bob said is correct.
If a small school, teachers are unlikely to have a tlr.
indeed, unless they are senior teacher. possibly.
just heard will be doing both jobs on 1 tlr if successful in an interview moremoney but more work....but less money than the combined tlrs