AnthonyLay, Author at AML Midlands Ltd
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Agree by clicking the 'Accept' button. In this last week I have had TWO of these conversations. Or, more to the point, lack of websites! Which is why I end up wondering who the ruddy customer is here? According to one survey, 80 per cent of teachers have seriously considered resigning in the past 12 months because of their heavy workload.
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Sadly, one in three new teachers quits the classroom within the first five years. When I first became a teacher in , contact with parents was limited to twice-yearly parent-teacher evenings. Teachers had far more admin than ever before. Not only did we have to lesson-plan and mark, but we had to be more accountable for our actions. If we gave someone a detention, we had to write down the reasons for it. Now, they can contact us 24 hours a day — and it has become relentless.
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I feel compelled to respond. So why the constant barrage of messages? Becky said that she no longer has the 'responsibility of answering emails and texts from parents, and it feels as if a huge weight has been lifted' file picture. I want to help. Not all messages make me anxious.
But this constant two-way communication is not only annoying, it puts teachers in a precarious position. There is a safeguarding policy in place to protect us all from unwanted attention or accusations, but I know some colleagues and parents communicate on their private phones. Not all teachers succumb to the pressure of being constantly available. Not me.
No longer do I have the responsibility of answering emails and texts from parents, and it feels as if a huge weight has been lifted. The aches and pains in my back are gone.
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