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Preparing statement for Union

Discussion in 'New teachers' started by msloops, Mar 21, 2011.

  1. How's it all going now? Have you spoken to the union rep? Hope you're managing to stay vaguely positive.
    I would mention the bullying if I were you. If you don't, then have to mention it later, they might wonder why you didn't mention the bullying in the first place. Try to keep your language neutral and non-inflammatory using quotes of what they actually said wherever you can.
    Good luck!

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