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End of maternity leave
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FrankT · 12/06/2019 18:37

If you were to go back to work after maternity leave for the last 4 weeks of the school year, would you expect a timetable? If so, how many lessons?

Secondary, year 11 & 13 gone, TLR 2.

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TheFallenMadonna · 12/06/2019 18:39

Was there someone doing maternity cover?

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noblegiraffe · 12/06/2019 18:56

I went back for a week to get holiday pay and was basically given a full timetable of cover. They can use you how they like.

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LolaSmiles · 13/06/2019 07:13

I would expect to be used for whole school cover quite a lot, maybe a bit of ks3 intervention and then being directed to do tasks for the benefit of the department (e.g. writing new schemes of work, homework booklets, setting up spreadsheet for next year etc).

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BelulahBlanca · 13/06/2019 07:15

I done two weeks in Sept before going on Maternity and done cover every period.

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Lucycat · 13/06/2019 21:07

Yep expect to do cover wherever needed. Have you used your KIT days to catch up with your TLR responsibilities in preparation for September?

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GreenTulips · 13/06/2019 21:08

Y 11 have left and I should imagine so have 13 by now? Exams over?

What did you expect

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KneelJustKneel · 13/06/2019 21:10

If full time Id expect a fulltimetable. Either returning to teaching or cover or other duties.

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ElizabethinherGermanGarden · 13/06/2019 21:13

I'd expect a full timetable, particularly if there is any absence cover/someone who's left etc. There's often a staffing gap in the last few weeks and if I went back without my own classes, I'd fully expect to pick up someone else's.

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tigerseye10 · 13/06/2019 21:13

Yeah I'd expect a full timetable to be honest. Most schools have no money so they won't pay out extra for supply etc if they've already got staff able to teach. Mixture of teaching your specialist subject, cover and intervention would be pretty usual. What are you being given?

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