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Strike advice

Discussion in 'Personal' started by tangerinecat, Jun 20, 2011.

  1. tangerinecat

    tangerinecat New commenter

    I am in a union which is not striking.
    My child is in a class which will be closed down as his teacher is striking.
    My striking colleagues say I can't have my child in my class, which is fair enough, but it means I will have to take time off as husband is away that week.
    Burning question - am I entitled to take parental leave?
     
  2. tangerinecat

    tangerinecat New commenter

    I am in a union which is not striking.
    My child is in a class which will be closed down as his teacher is striking.
    My striking colleagues say I can't have my child in my class, which is fair enough, but it means I will have to take time off as husband is away that week.
    Burning question - am I entitled to take parental leave?
     
  3. Torey

    Torey Occasional commenter

  4. What does your school/LA policy say about parental leave?
     
  5. tangerinecat

    tangerinecat New commenter

    ***, they are over 5, and my HT is in agreement with the staff. Which I am too, really.She'll have to get a supply in to cover me then.
    At least it's a Thursday. I hate Thursdays.
     
  6. tangerinecat

    tangerinecat New commenter

    No idea re: LA policy.
    Will have to pin HT down properly tomorrow, rather than airy fairy brushing off type conversation.
    <mentally plans exciting trip to Ikea on the 30th>
     

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