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Discussion in 'English' started by gruoch, Jul 21, 2011.

  1. gruoch

    gruoch Occasional commenter

    And still no timetable ...
     
  2. Oh dear! So, it won't help if I said I've had my timetable for three weeks - although it has changed twice in that time - and can access my class lists albeit with the proviso that they might change.
     
  3. gruoch

    gruoch Occasional commenter

    Is 'No' the right answer?
    Apparently I have little chance of getting it tomorrow, either - so I'm already stressed about September and the holiday hasn't even started.
     
  4. anon8315

    anon8315 Established commenter

    I'm a little worried, as I start a new HOD post in September, and my current school wouldn't let me visit my new one (even unpaid [​IMG]) - I have asked if they would send my timetable through the post, but I haven't had it yet so I have to admit I'm a little anxious too!
     
  5. gruoch

    gruoch Occasional commenter

    Congratulatons on new post - but wouldn't want to walk a mile n your shoes at the moment. At least I'm only a humble classroom teacher [​IMG]
     
  6. y9840125

    y9840125 Occasional commenter

    My school seems to be the only school where we are working into next week boooo :-(
     
  7. anon8315

    anon8315 Established commenter

    I suppose it was my own fault for emphasising my ability to be flexible!
     

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