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3 day week term time only nanny holiday

(6 Posts)
eeyore12 Wed 14-Aug-13 06:56:20

Hi I am going for a 3 day week (7 hrs a day) term time only job. I assume all holiday will need to be taken in school holidays so how much holiday would I be entitled to (in hours or days). So I know how many weeks a year I need to have put in my contract as 'working' weeks. Thanks

nannynick Wed 14-Aug-13 08:10:27

Multiply annual worked hours by 12.07

starfishmummy Wed 14-Aug-13 08:29:36

I work part time term time only and still accrue a small amount holiday which I take during my working periods. I think it will depend on your contract. I leave the working out to hr!

eeyore12 Wed 14-Aug-13 08:47:16

So 21 hrs a week x 38 weeks a yr = 798 hrs

798 x 12.07 = 9631.86????????

Or should I divide it which makes 798/12.07 =66

66 / 7 = 9.444 days

So I would be owed 9.5 days a year including any bank hols?


nannynick Wed 14-Aug-13 09:46:46

12.07% it should have said. So divide total hours by 100 and multiply by 12.07

eeyore12 Wed 14-Aug-13 10:21:06

Thanks worked it out now to 13.75 so 14 days which sounds better!

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