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Return to same job after maternity?

Discussion in 'Pay and conditions' started by tb123, May 5, 2011.

  1. I need a bit of clarification about what is/isn't ok when returning after maternity please!

    Do I have the right to return to teaching my specialist subject or can I be told to teach anything (secondary)? If so is there a % of timetable it has to be?

    If my TLR post has gone, I think I'm right in thinking my salary is protected for 3 years? Is there something about returning to work with the same "status" (for want of a better phrase!) or is it just the money that is protected? Thanks
     
  2. I need a bit of clarification about what is/isn't ok when returning after maternity please!

    Do I have the right to return to teaching my specialist subject or can I be told to teach anything (secondary)? If so is there a % of timetable it has to be?

    If my TLR post has gone, I think I'm right in thinking my salary is protected for 3 years? Is there something about returning to work with the same "status" (for want of a better phrase!) or is it just the money that is protected? Thanks
     
  3. DaisysLot

    DaisysLot Senior commenter

    This is a tricky area to unravel. You have the right to return to your job, contract, salary and hours.... but even within secondary teachers can be asked to teach outside of their specialist subject. If your TLR post was permanent and has deceased with no alternative the attached payment should be protected for 3 years.
     

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