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Discussion in 'Secondary' started by staxis, Jun 27, 2012.
The other point is, would anyone else be willing to job share with you?
That would be the problem. If everyone else is full-time, they'd then have to have a split contract.
They might be delighted to have a part-time applicant - saves them money as you'd only get the TLR pro rata. But you'd need to be prepared to do all the work for not all the money. They might be willing to pay you for a bit of extra non-contact to bump the salary up to reflect that.
I used to do a job share of this with my HOD who was 3 days a week (I was full time). She looked after KS3 and I looked after KS4. It worked well and we split the TLR in half.