Union urges teacher watch

6th May 2005 at 01:00
Parents are being urged to check whether their children are being taught by qualified teachers after the summer holidays by the National Union of Teachers Cymru. It is keeping up the pressure for teachers to cover colleagues' non-contact time, rather than unqualified classroom assistants, when 10 per cent planning, preparation and assessment time becomes a contractual requirement in September.

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