Schools term's notice
suekin · 09/11/2018 22:06
Can this run from one half term to the next. Is this not a full term's notice?
Heratnumber7 · 09/11/2018 22:09
I'd say not. That would be 10 weeks (or whatever) not a term.
meditrina · 09/11/2018 22:12
No, it can't. A whole term means one whole term. If it meant 10-12 weeks notice (roughly length if a term) starting at any mutually agreed point, it wouid say that instead.
tickingthebox · 09/11/2018 22:13
Notice usually has to be given at latest the day before each term starts. So before the start of the Autumn term in September to leave at Christmas. Notice give now would mean leaving at the end of Spring term (i.e.Easter)
Daisymay2 · 09/11/2018 22:13
Check the contract. There is usually a definition-usually it says by first day of term. If you give notice now, you need to pay until the end of next term.
It might be negotiabl if there are good reasons.
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