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Discussion in 'Supply teaching' started by Gold1996, Nov 17, 2010.
I'm sorry - I think I'll take the day off today as I've worked every day this term!
'I've just secured a mortage'
I think cover supervisors should be classified as professionals, given professional qualifications and be allowed to teach.
I wish I was a cover supervisor.
Thanks everyone - these are fabulous! I've got lockjaw now from laughing so much! Keep 'em coming!!xx
Yes, it was me that designed this carp cover lesson.
"Yes it's OK, although I'm standing in for the Head of ICT for the next week I fully understand and appreciate your reasons for not giving me an ICT network log in."
I'm having to do this because I can't hack it in a permanent role.
Oh excellent! Your daily supply pack contains an accurate map, a full staff list, up to date SEN information AND no lengthy photocopies of utterly irrelevant policies that I'll have no time to read - how helpful.
I really miss parent evenings.
A pay rise in recognition of planning and marking? Thank you very much!
I'd love a coffee thanks.
The leperosy has nearly cleared up now.
How kind of you to include me.
I fully appreciate your opinion of my teaching skills, Mrs TA
Thank you for taking the time to show me where the staff loos are.
"An open morning? Excellent! just give me a second to .... Ah, the IWB is not working....Hello? HELLO!?"
"I have no money worries"
Feedback to teacher:
The children thoroughly enjoyed the copying from the text book activity and thus were fully engaged and on task during the whole lesson.
'I do love to stand around in the corridor waiting for someone to turn up with a key to let me in the classroom.'
"I agree that it's unfair that we earn more for doing supply than a permanent teacher does."
Yes, we do earn more on supply than permanent teachers!
As Lord Young said, we've never had it so good.