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I arrive at school at 7.45am after a short commute to school – even on a bad day, it only takes 7 minutes. I check through my emails for anything I need to prioritise for that particular day, check my classes and then look to plan what my lessons are going to entail. There is usually a meeting before form time begins at 8.40am.

There’s not much I’d change about my job, but the sheer number of meetings we have is ridiculous. We seem to have meetings about planning other meetings. There are no minutes sent out beforehand, there is no clear cut off time. Sometimes the room will go silent, it will seem like there is nothing left to say and then out of nowhere, something else will arise, which will cascade into an extra half an hour discussion. If it were a business, it would go bust.

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