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Changing the days a part-time teacher works

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Last updated on 15 May 2017
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Can we change the days a part-time teacher works? Changing a part-time teacher's working days may constitute a change of employment contract. We refer to advice from the DfE, ACAS and a union.

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  1. 1 Part-time teachers cannot be required to work outside their contracted days
  2. 2 If the contract states specific days of employment
  3. 3 If the contract does not specify set days
  4. 4 If there is established 'custom and practice'
  5. 5 Seek HR advice on your situation 

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