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Supply is shite and I need something else, but what ?

(13 Posts)
Inkandbone Mon 06-Nov-17 15:25:34

I really don't think I can carry on with supply.

I hate if.

So I am starting a thread wondering if anyone has any advice, support, suggestions ... anything ??

WoodenRainbow Mon 06-Nov-17 16:46:55

Getting a job in a school? I know that sounds blindingly obvious. Are there reasons you don't want a permanent position in a school?

Are you looking at something that is still teaching or not teaching at all?

Inkandbone Mon 06-Nov-17 16:57:27

I doubt I'd get one. Been out of the game too long.

Appin Mon 06-Nov-17 16:58:45

Where are you based?

Inkandbone Mon 06-Nov-17 16:59:48

In the middle of England smile

noblegiraffe Mon 06-Nov-17 17:21:46

Primary or secondary? Subject?

Inkandbone Mon 06-Nov-17 17:22:37

English, secondary. Haven't taught properly for ages though.

noblegiraffe Mon 06-Nov-17 17:23:46

English is now a shortage subject so you might have more of a chance of getting a job than you think. Or do you not want to work in teaching any more?

Inkandbone Mon 06-Nov-17 17:25:58

I doubt it giraffe tbh ... It might be a shortage subject in a national sense but some areas are just fine for recruitment. Plus I am not very good. Plus I have no references. And i haven't got the confidence to apply anyway. (I loathe the teacher recruitment system. So I doubt it.

MaybeDoctor Mon 06-Nov-17 18:11:47

FE
Admin job in a school
Clerk to governors

Eolian Wed 08-Nov-17 08:24:20

Tutoring? Adult literacy teaching? I do adult (MFL) classes and love it. I know how you feel though - I do some supply and it is not much fun.

crimsonlake Wed 08-Nov-17 08:33:03

You may hate it but you are luckier than me I have only worked 2 days this term.

BlessYourCottonSocks Thu 09-Nov-17 22:37:52

I once applied for a job as a registrar (which I didn't get by the way - but I'd have been fabulous grin).

Have a look for something like that? Think outside the box for skills your English ability would help with.

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