As a member of school staff you may be asked to cover another teacher’s class due to unforeseeable circumstances. This can be known as ‘rarely cover’.
As a member of school staff you will want to be familiar with your employment contract. This will include details on how much you are paid, your terms and conditions of employment, working hours and more details.
Maximum classroom temperatures can be a hot topic for discussion during the summer months. GOV.UK explains that during working hours the temperature in all indoor workplaces must be reasonable.
The Department for Education (DfE) explains that behaviour hubs will enable schools and multi-academy trusts (MATs) with exemplary behaviour cultures and practices to work with partner schools that want and need to improve behaviour in their school.
You might think that your pay is incorrect or you might not have actually been paid for the month. You should contact your school, HR department or local authority in the first instance.
Pupil premium funding was introduced in 2011 to give schools extra funding to help improve outcomes for disadvantaged children. It is up to school leaders to decide how best to spend the pupil premium.
Flexi-schooling is a term used for an arrangement whereby a child is partly educated at school and partly home educated. In this article, we explain what flexi-schooling is, aspects to consider and look at different approaches from schools on flexi-schooling.
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