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One to One & agencies

Discussion in 'Supply teaching' started by capricorn_1, Jan 30, 2011.

  1. If you are signed up with a supply agency and you are approached by a school
    via the LEA rota for 1:1 tuition, does the agency have any comeback on the money you earn?

    Hope springs eternal!
     
  2. If you are signed up with a supply agency and you are approached by a school
    via the LEA rota for 1:1 tuition, does the agency have any comeback on the money you earn?

    Hope springs eternal!
     
  3. phatsals

    phatsals Occasional commenter

    If you have secured an offer through your own endeavours then it has nothing to do with an agency. You found it yourself, you'll be paid through the LEA payroll and get pension contributions.
    What makes you think an agency has any claim over your earnings?
     
  4. Please, please do NOT let the agencies mess with one-to-one work.
    It is an LEA/Governmental initiative <u>exclusively</u> for only FULLY GTCE REGISTERED AND QUALIFIED TEACHERS. NO TAs, CSs etc etc [​IMG]
    Agencies are excluded from this initiative unless you want to make mischief!!!!!??????
     

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