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Discussion in 'Supply teaching' started by schoolsout4summer, May 25, 2019.
What usually happens with the writing of reports when you are on long term Primary supply?
What do you mean exactly? I've always done them. Sometimes a school will give me time to write them while other staff are working on other things e.g. planning for the next academic year.
I've had to do them too. No extra time though, had to do them at home.
If you have a long term placement you are usually expected to do almost.all the duties of a full time teacher. You might avoid tasks such as writing schemes of works but not writing reports.
I would hope that they're paying you to scale to do this and not some offensively small supply daily rate.
"Nope!" Is my gut reaction. UNLESS you have been allocated time off IN school to write them. Or you have negotiated a day's pay during the half term. If you are not job-sharing, then the latter option should be reasonable
Should you be expected to work during holidays but not be paid for that time?
Ultimately, be clear at the start about the things you can and can't do (will and won't) because you won't have the time outside of your supply/agency hours.