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Supply...oh woe

Discussion in 'Behaviour' started by minnieminx, Apr 25, 2012.

  1. minnieminx

    minnieminx New commenter

    I agree entirely. I'd not actually give up a full time permanent post for supply these days, though have done twice before in my career. When there is enough work to keep the wolf from the door it is fab, but without that it is a nightmare.

    But the op wanted cheering up...
  2. musiclover1

    musiclover1 New commenter

    You get to know lots of different schools which is a real eye-opener. And one of them may turn out to have the job that you've been waiting for.
  3. Take pencils (pens if Secondary), rubbers, whiteboard pens and paper as children won't have them and won't know where they are (or will spend ages wandering around to look for them or ask friends). Saves bother if as soon as they say they don't have you can just hand them something. And whiteboard pens are because teachers always have them hidden somewhere!

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