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New job at scale pay.

Discussion in 'Supply teaching' started by roseangel, Jan 25, 2012.

  1. I have been offered a full time job for the summer term in a good school. I am going to see the school this afternoon and talk to partner teachers. I have even had confirmation that I will be paid to scale as AWR will have kicked in and I'm on UPS! I know lots of you will be really envious and would love this opportunity but my problem is that I don't really want the job! I quite like doing casual supply and being able to have a day off here and there. But the school specifically wanted someone they knew and trusted and liked and they asked for me. So I will do it but this is the last time I am taking a long term posting. At least I'll have enough money to have a holiday later. And I should rack up a good bit of holiday pay.
  2. Lara mfl 05

    Lara mfl 05 Star commenter

    Hang on a minute whilst I . . . . catch 'the green-eyed monster' and put under lock and key!<strike> [​IMG]</strike>
    So, very well done on being offered that position, you're obviously a very good, well-respected teacher. AND being paid to scale at UPS! Just a minute the 'green eyed monster' got loose. . . .

    There now. You never know - you may actually turn out to like the job!
    If not there will be finances for a holiday. Sorry, I'm going to need to blow my nose at this point.[​IMG]
    (Good noseblow. Deep breath) Now, to award you your much derserved CONGRATULATIONS!
  3. Thank you. I had a meeting at the school yesterday and it gets even better. I will not have to write the reports and all the planning is already in place so I won't have overload on that either. Even if I like the job I won't continue beyond a term as I like the freedom of day to day supply and I've been getting plenty of work.
  4. Well done! I bet you'll love it! ;)
    I have an FT job for the summer term too and I cannot wait - but I'm not getting as much supply work as you seem to have done. ;)

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