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Assuming this is separate from teaching duties and a full-time post in its own right, I would image some of the following, in no particular order:
If, on the other hand, it's a TLR attached to a teaching post, keep well away.
This is a terrific reply- especially the last line.
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Tom_BennettThis is a terrific reply- especially the last line.Tom
Thank you. My reply was based on the difference between the traditional head of year role (with teaching) and the newer behaviour/student manager role (which must be non-teaching).
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