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Yesterday 04:07 PM
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There are many schools which
- start at 8am
- no work on weekends
- generous protected time
- casual wear on all days
- flexible WFH on days / times with no lessons
Please let us know which schools
Yesterday 11:04 AM
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There are many schools which
- start at 8am
- no work on weekends
- generous protected time
- casual wear on all days
- flexible WFH on days / times with no lessons
Kindly intro thanks
Yesterday 01:40 AM
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not true

There are many schools which
- start at 8am
- no work on weekends
- generous protected time
- casual wear on all days
- flexible WFH on days / times with no lessons
30-11-2022 10:54 AM
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For schools, not only do we not have work from home option, but they also even expect us to "dress up", aka no more jeans, from next year onwards.
Got such rule????
28-11-2022 12:08 PM
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Maybe in the past, when NIE fresh grad salary among top 10 starting salaries for fresh uni grads.

These days, other professions have overtaken by leaps and bounds. Really not hard to find jobs which pay equal or better (provided that you know how to market yourself).
Nowadays, its also that many jobs in the private sector have at least 2-3 days work from home each week.

So its not just the pay comparison. For schools, not only do we not have work from home option, but they also even expect us to "dress up", aka no more jeans, from next year onwards.
26-11-2022 01:31 PM
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I heard school promotion board cannot raise offocers' CEP beyond P6. If one wants cep to be raised then one needs to go HQ. is that true? Heard from.some that officers go through HQ would have thei cep raised
Is that true?
WellÖ P6 has a very wide range. If I'm not wrong, it includes a P6(H) - superscale (VP) level.

There are a fair number of school leaders who've never had a HQ posting - so clearly, CEP can be raised beyond P6 without a HQ posting. Just that the number of people privy to such details will be really small (school leaders only?); don't know if any of them would be commenting on this forum
26-11-2022 10:52 AM
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But that's not true though. If you looked at the last principal movements we have some Div Directors move to schools as Principals. They are more than equipped to know whether someone is able of moving beyond a P.
Yes there are, but itís not the norm, so the rest may not be able to make that assessment. More importantly, itís quite unlikely that a teacherís CEP can be raised from P to Cluster Supt on the basis on performance in school.
26-11-2022 09:58 AM
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But that's not true though. If you looked at the last principal movements we have some Div Directors move to schools as Principals. They are more than equipped to know whether someone is able of moving beyond a P.
Yup. There are Superscale H Principals, and there are also Superscale E/F Principals. School leadership spans a wide range of experience levels and capabilities, and certainly some of them have even more experience than their own cluster supts and back to the topic, yes while they cannot directly change a teacher's CEP to a super high level, they have access to levers that could make it possible as long as they can convince senior management to approve.
26-11-2022 09:39 AM
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The logic is very simple. How can P assess whether you are suitable to have a CEP higher than P when he himself never do a job higher than a P before?
But that's not true though. If you looked at the last principal movements we have some Div Directors move to schools as Principals. They are more than equipped to know whether someone is able of moving beyond a P.
25-11-2022 07:47 PM
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I heard school promotion board cannot raise offocers' CEP beyond P6. If one wants cep to be raised then one needs to go HQ. is that true? Heard from.some that officers go through HQ would have thei cep raised
Is that true?
The logic is very simple. How can P assess whether you are suitable to have a CEP higher than P when he himself never do a job higher than a P before?
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