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Teaching 2 subjects?

Discussion in 'New teachers' started by James_Williams, Apr 26, 2011.

  1. Lots of NQTs will teach more than one subject, e.g. science NQTs often teach five different sciences and physics can be as different to biology as geography is to religious education!
    As you know, there is no allowance, but the conditions have to be the same, that is mentoring, timetable reducation, support and extra training where needed (e.g. in the subject which is not your speciality).
  2. Many thanks for the advice!

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