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Anyone happen to know what would happen if a non-striking teacher had PPA on a strike day, yet normal practice is to be covered by a striking colleague?
Union advice is to not undertake anything that would outside of your normal working day, so if you are in ATL etc your union would say to not cover a striking colleague even though your union is not involved in the action.If you are not in a union it's shakier ground.
But can the school find someone else to cover the PPA? Or would the PPA have to be re-scheduled?
Someone else would have to cover the PPA, not the teacher who is owed the PPA time.What has happened in our school in the past is all classes with a striking teacher read in the hall with the Headteacher and SLT.
Read in the hall? All afternoon?But surely no one is allowed to cover the striking PPA coverer?
Nobody is supposed to cover for a striking member of staff. The children should be sent home.
But surely no one is allowed to cover the striking PPA coverer?I think anyone is allowed to cover a striking colleague, but no-one can be made to. The HT/SLT will probably cover it - by showing a movie in the hall or similar.
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