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cheer bear bride Posts: 3731
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Easy Tiger Posts: 2676
I don't know how it works in teaching but I reckon handing in your notice is the same no matter where you work - nerve wrecking! Im my job I have staff handing in their notice to me so I've a bit of experience on the other side of things. The main thing is to be open and honest and explain your reasons before handing over the letter - I usually don't really read the letter and would rather a conversation with the person. At the end of the day there is nothing your principle can do once you have made your decision. Best of luck with it!
Huggles Posts: 1108
Good for you! I really want to move too but don't have the guts right now. As far as I am aware (and not to scare you) but one of the teachers in my school had to work 3 months after she handed in her notice - something about legal requirement?
cheer bear bride Posts: 3731
hey i didnt do it, i decided to stay and do my dip as much asi hate it soooo much there its better in the long run >:o(
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