Hi. I’m looking for a wee bit of advice. I was diagnosed with RRMS in September 2016. I’ve been working full time as a primary teacher and it’s been hard but not too bad. I have bad foot drop so I walk with a stick. I ha the usual fatigue and numb hands but apart from that I’m ok. My boss was initially supportive and this year gave me a role as non- contact cover teacher- means I don’t have a class but I take all the classes to give their class teachers non- contact time. It’s geen great- the fun of teaching without hassle from parents, homework etc.
I feel as if I’m being sidelined a wee bit -the only teacher not sent for training in a new literacy programme for example,but I’m just trying to see the benefits of not being given loads of extra work!😉
On Friday tho my boss took me out of class and asked me if I was going to drop my hours to work part time. This was completely out of the blue and gave me the impression that she wanted me to do this. I’m not ready to do this yet and I felt as if she wanted shot of me!
My question is- is she allowed to ask this? I thought that with UK disability laws, she wasn’t supposed to.
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