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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?
Message withdrawn at poster's request.
But can the school find someone else to cover the PPA? Or would the PPA have to be re-scheduled?
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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