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    We (me and assistant) love summer at our place. Its possibly the best time in the year. A whole 5.5 weeks, not had 6 full weeks for a while but just the whole place is ours and the site teams.

    We get to leave things around and know that no one will touch things.

    Start of summer we rush to get things done then fine we could have taken our time.

    6 weeks seems a long time at the end of july but looking back at the beginning od Sept you think where has time gone.

    You know that once you have neated something up it will stay neat for the duration of the holiday.

    Get to do some real physical work like cabling, drilling, get to use our power tools etc.

    When its results day we hide ourselves away.

    The banter with our contractors as they are on our level and not looking down their noses at us.

    Love love love the summer break and the random bbqs that we have.
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    Quote Originally Posted by Bompalompalomp View Post
    Me and @Garacesh laugh at your key.
    That we do.. Although if I started picking locks instead of just using my keys, I think a few questions would be asked..

    Not that keys matter.. When teachers aren't leaving their doors unlocked when the room is unoccupied, they're actively giving their keys to students to run errands/go to the toilet. The phrase "Losing battle" springs to mind.

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    I love summer - early starts, less interruptions, a chance to catch up a little and prepare (ever hopeful) ..... do you think asking for pay as well is to much currently paid 42 wpy - 16 days during hol/over my 830-430 hours already worked 4 days plus numerous add hours ......., Don't work then I hear you cry ..... but then unprepared I will launch myself into the next academic year ......

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    Once got stuck in a room after the cleaning staff striped and polished a corridor!

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    Quote Originally Posted by Bompalompalomp View Post
    Me and @Garacesh laugh at your key.

    The caretaker let me pick the lock to a drawer that the receptionist had locked MY keys in last month! Picking a lock to get to my keys was rather surreal.
    We have a master key in my room otherwise known as the sledgehammer :-)

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    Quote Originally Posted by DocHouse View Post
    sledgehammer

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    We got locked upstairs after the site staff locked all doors to stair wells as a laugh. They forgot about the lift though.

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    Been working through the weekend with arrangement that we'd text the nearest caretaker when leaving - we had a temporary key to one outside door to lockup, then they came back later to set alarm.

    Texted him 3.30 yesterday saying 'just leaving'.

    Got a call at 5pm - 'when did you send that text? You haven't just left have you cos I locked up and set the alarm an hour ago!'

    I'm glad he obviously checked we were not in our office and our cars had gone before locking up!

    Peter

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    This just descibed every summer holiday i have ever had working in school.

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    No milk in the fridge for tea, also run out of coffee. Help! D:

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    Quote Originally Posted by CAM View Post
    No milk in the fridge for tea, also run out of coffee. Help! D:
    Go to the shop. Buy some. Get receipts.

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    Sadly we have no shops immediately near us. At least not within a reasonable walking distance. I'm building a summer survival cache when I go grocery shopping tonight...

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    Have your schools all broke up for summer? I've got to wait until Mid day Wednesday before I can start the summer work

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    Quote Originally Posted by Grey-gear View Post
    Have your schools all broke up for summer? I've got to wait until Mid day Wednesday before I can start the summer work
    They're all in our way till Wednesday as well. Really can't be doing with them today either. Ready for them to be out of my way.

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    Quote Originally Posted by sonofsanta View Post
    They're all in our way till Wednesday as well. Really can't be doing with them today either. Ready for them to be out of my way.
    Yep feel the same, just want to get started on the bigger projects so they can be finished in time for September. (As well as making it easier to relax on holiday knowing I got most of the work done)



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