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Primary supply

Discussion in 'Supply teaching' started by alexanderosman, Feb 14, 2012.

  1. alexanderosman

    alexanderosman Occasional commenter

    Just wondering how much primary supply is available at the moment? In a fairly built up area close to London.
  2. I'm not in or near London but I have been getting plenty of work. Generally speaking primary supply is more plentiful than secondary which is almost non-existent.
  3. I'm in South East London and getting lots from my agency.

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