OP, the year 1 class next to ds1s class has 2 teachers. It seems to work really well, the parents seem happy with it. Like others have mentioned, those two teachers work really well together. All the kids in that class are happy and learning.
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Also data is centralised so it's all keep in a online platform which is accessible by all teachers to add to every time they work with individuals or groups, this means that at any point as a parent you can ask how your child is doing and the teachers can access the most recent notes or assessments to discuss.
Last edited by babyla; 09-12-2013 at 21:05.
I did a job share last year on a year 3 class. I did 3 days and my friend did 2. It really was a successful year, but only because we worked well together. The kids adapted well and we had really good communication.
If I'm honest, however, I would feel a little disappointed if my children had 2 teachers, which is a big possibility.
my kids are 6 and 8 and they both have two teachers, ds in pre primary sometimes has 3-4, but he has two permanent ones and the other two visit through the week
Next year DS is in a straight year 1 class with 1 teacher thankfully. So at least there will be a greater degree of consistency.
This year he was in a composite class which I knew he wouldn't cope in. The school didn't care for my concerns though.
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