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What you miss as a Teacher?

Discussion in 'Entertainment' started by craig_f, Feb 23, 2011.

  1. As I start my GTP in September, my holidays will now have to coincide with school term time.
    Although this is a massive perk ,one of my great passions is going to festivals - especially Glasto.
    However, as Glasto falls inside school term I feel this years is going to be my last for some years to come [​IMG] .
    Do any teachers still manage to get to things inside term time or am I 'doomed' to never go again. ?
    And as a teacher is there anything you miss that you otherwise could attend if you were in a regular 9-5 ?
     
  2. As I start my GTP in September, my holidays will now have to coincide with school term time.
    Although this is a massive perk ,one of my great passions is going to festivals - especially Glasto.
    However, as Glasto falls inside school term I feel this years is going to be my last for some years to come [​IMG] .
    Do any teachers still manage to get to things inside term time or am I 'doomed' to never go again. ?
    And as a teacher is there anything you miss that you otherwise could attend if you were in a regular 9-5 ?
     

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