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HAIL HAIL the ZHIVSTER! bolton chicks are cool!

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And thaks Mick and Janette too! xxx

I'm sure that there will be something out there - just still haven't found what I'm looking for!!! (sorry, but need to keep smiling!)

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[quote name='Zhivvy wrote:


MacFoley']aye! benny hill school!

laugh.gif they'll be queueing up to enrol!

 

can i put in an aplication to become the school-nurse??

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[quote name='barbara1 wrote:


Zhivvy wrote:

MacFoley']aye! benny hill school!

laugh.gif"> they

can i put in an aplication to become the school-nurse??

 

and can I come and do the accounting-part ?

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[quote name='jojes wrote:


barbara1 wrote:

Zhivvy wrote:

MacFoley']aye! benny hill school!

laugh.gif"> they

can i put in an aplication to become the school-nurse??

 

and can I come and do the accounting-part ?

 

 

starting to look like a U2-fan-school ... all of us in 1 workplace ... wonder if work will ever get done ... but hye, at least we'll be having fun !happy.gif

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Now truly ... I do hope so that for Zhiv and Mac the best job in the world turns up soon !

And it's so true what you say Zhivvy ... it's not fair to look down on someone who has done supply jobs ... those people are needed too ! And why not look at it in a different opoint of view : you have had the opportunity to gain experience in several types of schools, with all kinds of different kids, in different classes ... I just can't understand why having that kind of broad eperience doesn't count for anything ?!

 

hope you know what I'm trying to say, don't really know how to express it in english ... ?!

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I am not entirely certain what supply refers to as we have slightly different systems with different terminology, however . . . . . . . I've so been there and done that!!!

 

My first job was as a long-term substitute and once you've done that, that's how they "see" you and it can be really difficult to break out and get a "real" teaching job. Then, when we moved out here, jobs were in really short supply - I almost had a three hour (each way) commute to my old job since they weren't hiring out here! So, I somehow managed to get one of the three jobs available in the entire area and it's in a sort-of questionable area, so now that's how they see me and it was impossible to transfer to a "better" district close to home, not to mention that by now my pay increased and why would anyone want to hire an experienced teacher when they come right out of college at a much lower rate . . . . . .

 

That's where my little saga ends because the commute just about killed me, my kids, my marriage and luckily I was able to quit when my husband got a better job! Much happier family now!!!! Sigh of relief!!!! Things do get better, eventually, one way or another . . . . if the economy had been better when we moved here and I had a choice of jobs, if I had worked in "better" districts, if I had worked a reasonable distance from home, if my pay scale had been lower . . . . I would probably still be working and my family (esp. my daughter) would not be as strong as it is. One thing I have learned is that it may not work out the way we think we want it to, but it works out the way it's supposed to . . . . . something better will come along!!!

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Supply is about the same as substitute - can do day to day or long term and mine have all been long term.

Thanks for all the nice comment and i know exactly what you mean Jess.

And the Benny Hill School is coming on well. We are getting the staff- now we just have to find parent mad enough to send their kids. There is one pupil though - I am enrolling Eleanor - she will enjoy the hourly lesson each day on U2 appreciation

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[quote name='Janette B wrote:


Zhivvy wrote:

caz63']don.t know about a new job,at the mo i need a new man,massive domestic at the mo.

Hope you get it sorted out Caz. Domestics aren't good xx

 

What is a domestic and why is it bad to have a large one? To me a domestic is a maid to clean your house and that sounds like something good to have and it sounds like you want a male one???  but it must mean something else in the U.K.???

 

A domestic is a slang word for a big argument with your partner/a family member.

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Uh oh . . . poor thing . . . sorry Caz!!!!!

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1 more lesson til weekend - yeah!!!!!!!

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