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General Chat Thread, Annual leave entitlement in General; 30 days plus bank holidays and have been here for 8 years. I can also take a week off during ...
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    30 days plus bank holidays and have been here for 8 years.

    I can also take a week off during term time if i want.

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    Thumbs up

    I have to do term time plus 2 weeks, works out quite well in the summer as i go in first week during the summer holidays, tell all the contractors what to do. Then come back a week before the teachers and clean up the mess. Was wondering if i am the only Network Manager who manages this?


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    30 plus Bank Hols - supposedly all to be taken in school hols - which is really inconvenient

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    all this talk of holidays is making me want to take a holiday

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    31 days, plus bank holidays, 16 years service in the LEA, though not all here. I can take holidays at any time.

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    I get 25 days, up to 30 if I stay for another year or so (not likely)

    They dont really care when I take it, although I think more than a few days off in a row in term time would be pushing it

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    Annual Leave

    20 days basic + additional 5 for 5 years service. Extra days (up to 4) available depending on your pay scale. Get Bank holidays and statutory holidays. Can use TOIL to accrue additional days. Allowed one week in school term but do have option to negotiate this.

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    I was told it the other way round - which is I have to work term time (39 weeks) + 5 weeks + inset days (5 of), so a total of 45 weeks working.

    Which, I suppose, works out as a total of 35 days leave.

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    I do term time plus 3 weeks, which adds up to about 14 weeks leave

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    Works out as 3 weeks, though I only work term time. I think because I have been working for 5 years now I can have another week, but I elected to take it as pay, after all 13 weeks off a year is almost enough.

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    I get 10 weeks (50 days), but that is because I'm on a Term Time + 3 week contract and get paid pro-rata, as you'd expect.

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    Term time only for me too, so paid Pro-rata.. I do come in during the hols if needed but get to claim that as extra work rather than extra holiday. Get days off for conferences etc where needed.

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    It was 22 days when I started, another day for being here a year, and the whole authority has been given an extra day that they can take during the Christmas break. So 24, plus any bank holidays.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Tx2online View Post
    From October 2007, all full-time employees were entitled to 24 days holiday a year (to include Bank Holidays) with some provisos.

    From April 2009, all full-time employees will be entitled to 28 days which again may include Bank Holidays.

    If you are only getting 22 days a year in total, your employer is breaking the law.

    I get 24 days plus Bank Holidays.

    Holiday entitlements: how much do you get? : Directgov - Employment
    Good thing I read this thread...

    Cheers for this. I'm currently on 20 days plus BHs and school closures, and have been for 5 years this month. My existing contract says nothing about additional days according to length of service so this sounds like it will be good for me!

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