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    Junior and first two years of secondary

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    Three primaries. I am run off my feet with that, I can't imagine supporting more!

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    Another "Other" here, we have a pre-school catering fror children from 3 months and then continue with the main school Reception to Year 6.

    If you are trying to split education, you're in a bit of a mire. Some people do middle school, Year 5 to 8. Many prep schools go up to Year 8 and include a Pre-School too.

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    Previously worked for a private company providing support to schools all over the uk but now work for a private school(prep & pre-prep).

    I like the way this place is full of like minded people and good quality questions/answeres rather than people asking the same simple questions over and over expecting free tech support without being able to give back.

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    i support 2 Primary schools & 3 PFS site's, while based at a high school (but dont support them) paid for by the Council.

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    Special Ed?

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    Previous secondary school techie, now work in a major university.

    I came here through word of mouth, stayed for the constant idea's mill.

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    LA but do advice and guidance, not support.

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    Main role in Junior school Y3 to Y6. Also member of LA Support Team for all Primary schools (thats Nursery to Yr 6).

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    Secondary + Primary

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    Other,

    Reseller, implementing IT infrastructures for Corporate and Higher Education clients.

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    NHS for me, previously secondary + 6 primaries.

    Never thought I'd say it but working with doctors is far easier than working with teachers.

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    Could have put an option for SEN!

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    Angry

    Secondary boys (900 of the little ............ darlings!!).
    Wouldn't be so bad if we had an SLT that backed us up when we try and impose sanctions for misuse. Slapped wrist and 2 days sitting at home enjoying himself for putting sushi in the paper tray of an HP 4650 to "see if it came out flat". Cost of repairs - 1066.00. No money in the budget and a new one would only cost about 850.
    AAAARRRRRGGGGGGHHHHHHH!!!!!!!!!

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    Transportation, Warehousing, Road Haulage. Around 200 employees.

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