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What can I do at home term-time only?

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Dalesgirl16 Mon 09-Apr-18 08:07:57

I don't want to sell anything. Does anyone work at home, term-time only? I can't think what I can do. I'm willing to train in something new. Thank you for any ideas.

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Lillylollylandy Mon 09-Apr-18 08:08:45

Virtual PA?

Dalesgirl16 Tue 10-Apr-18 19:37:43

Ooh didn't think of that. I don't have the IT skills to be honest.

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Callamia Tue 10-Apr-18 19:38:54

What skills do you have? What would you be willing to train in?

KERALA1 Tue 10-Apr-18 19:41:02

Use the professional skills I have on freelance basis so work school hours term time only

FalafelsAreDelish Tue 10-Apr-18 19:48:12

Someone I knew did piece work type stuff. Reminiscent of Victorian times but I don't think she was making matches. She lived near Watford so probably close to industry. Google it and I'm sure there will be an agency which specialises in this type of thing.


Grumpbum Tue 10-Apr-18 19:48:52

After school and before school child care?

NeverTwerkNaked Tue 10-Apr-18 19:49:15

what job did you do previously?

littletykeboy Tue 10-Apr-18 19:50:15

Do you have a degree? I work from home and my employer is hiring now... It's easy work teaching online

suntraveller Wed 11-Apr-18 01:30:31

@little are you teaching english online?

Dalesgirl16 Thu 12-Apr-18 20:38:04

Yes, I have a degree and have taught before, primary school. I want to do school hours term time only.

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anotherpersona Fri 08-Jun-18 12:05:42 Not quite term-time only but six weeks hols plus bank hols and can buy 2 weeks. Would fit your prior experience.

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