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    Hey Missie, do you remember what term that was (or month). Thanks

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    Hi! I am a secondary teacher in Melbourne & I am currently working part-time as a CRT through an agency. Like everyone says, the busy terms are definitely 2 & 3. I didn't get called at all in term 1 & so far only been called once this term. I only have my name down for a couple of days a week though, so I'm probably restricting myself a bit

    When I do get called, its usually for different schools, however they are within 20 minutes from where I live. I HATE waiting for calls in the morning & I also REALLY dislike trying to come up with things for students to do in subjects that I have no knowledge of. But I DO like that its very flexible & there are no assessments, meetings or reports etc.

    Honestly I'm not really in it for the money, its more just to keep up my teaching skills so that when I'm ready to go back as a "real teacher" I have some relevant & recent experience.


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