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Old 31-03-2020, 03:16 PM
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Default Teachers Conference time of Year

No monaing from the Teacher people this year. All sit at home seeing their monthly salary on their bank account. They are also well able to handle 3 months off
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Old 31-03-2020, 03:32 PM
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If this is resolved by June they should be made make up the academic calendar during the summer.

Some chance.
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Old 31-03-2020, 06:45 PM
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Should they not be paid 70 per cent of salary up to 38k like other workers who can;t work due covid19
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Old 31-03-2020, 07:05 PM
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I have a few relatives in secondary school. Their main complaint at the moment is that they’re getting too much work to do. It’s all set online, handed in & corrected. One of the girls said they were getting shorter deadlines for the work than if they were in school.
Don’t know about primary schools, can’t see how they could work at home?
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Old 31-03-2020, 07:05 PM
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If this is resolved by June they should be made make up the academic calendar during the summer.

Some chance.

They become a absolute bitchy cunts about it if you ever question the three months unpaid holidays. I've seen it on social media, a comment such as "nice for some" will have them all gang up on you with lines such as "maybe you should have been a teacher" and "it's not our fault you don't like your job" and "we work really hard, we deserve the time off".

Yeah, so all the people who don't get three months paid holidays don't deserve it, right?

Cunts the lot of them.
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Old 31-03-2020, 07:49 PM
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They become a absolute bitchy cunts about it if you ever question the three months unpaid holidays. I've seen it on social media, a comment such as "nice for some" will have them all gang up on you with lines such as "maybe you should have been a teacher" and "it's not our fault you don't like your job" and "we work really hard, we deserve the time off".

Yeah, so all the people who don't get three months paid holidays don't deserve it, right?

Cunts the lot of them.
It's their culture. They bounce from school to college to school. No real world experience for the most part.

They have a good union and strike at the drop of a hat. They are very well paid, work a short week and have four months of the year off.

Teachers get their 'after hours work' done in their free periods. They have a great gig and they should stop pretending otherwise.
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Old 31-03-2020, 07:52 PM
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It's their culture. They bounce from school to college to school. No real world experience for the most part.

They have a good union and strike at the drop of a hat. They are very well paid, work a short week and have four months of the year off.

Teachers get their 'after hours work' done in their free periods. They have a great gig and they should stop pretending otherwise.
Indeed...they even mate with each other and the male of the species with inseminate the female at the precise date to maximise the time off
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Old 31-03-2020, 07:55 PM
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It's their culture. They bounce from school to college to school. No real world experience for the most part.

They have a good union and strike at the drop of a hat. They are very well paid, work a short week and have four months of the year off.

Teachers get their 'after hours work' done in their free periods. They have a great gig and they should stop pretending otherwise.

Handy out, and don't forget the primary teacher starter kit - semi-D, people carrier, 2.6 children

And no ambition outside of that
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Old 31-03-2020, 08:15 PM
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They become a absolute bitchy cunts about it if you ever question the three months unpaid holidays. I've seen it on social media, a comment such as "nice for some" will have them all gang up on you with lines such as "maybe you should have been a teacher" and "it's not our fault you don't like your job" and "we work really hard, we deserve the time off".

Yeah, so all the people who don't get three months paid holidays don't deserve it, right?

Cunts the lot of them.
The notions some of them have when theyre out in the real world, i know some and seen/dealt with some and when someone says no/doesnt go their way, they try the im a teacher route and your the petulant child
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Old 31-03-2020, 08:23 PM
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The notions some of them have when theyre out in the real world, i know some and seen/dealt with some and when someone says no/doesnt go their way, they try the im a teacher route and your the petulant child

I've heard the "I'm a teacher" line alright, like they're some kind of philosopher because they get paid to tell people how to spell their name.

Like asking a bus driver for advice on space exploration ffs.
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