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Subject Coordinator Role - great, but . . . .

Discussion in 'Primary' started by want2teach40, Jan 1, 2012.

  1. I am to take on a subject co-ordintor's role, but no extra time has been offered to do this.
    I have just finished NQT year so not sure what the protocol is.
    Any tips?
  2. minnieminx

    minnieminx New commenter

    Which subject? Maths and English are the only subjects where co-ords get any time or money at our school. Though to be fair the rest of is don't actually do an awful lot as co-ord anyway.

    You'll need to ask at your school what is expected of you. In a previous school all co-ords got some time each term to update action plans and that sort of thing, but we don't do any such thing at my current school.
  3. I took on science this year and was given a morning to get all resources etc prepared to inform staff at a staff meeting what I wanted them to do etc and have been offered another morning to get further resources ready if needed but thats all.
  4. becktonboy

    becktonboy New commenter

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