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Application employment history

Discussion in 'Jobseekers' started by nutrition02, Nov 9, 2019 at 10:53 AM.

  1. nutrition02

    nutrition02 New commenter

    I had such a bad experience in my first nqt school, and left after 6 months without my nqt, I then did supply, and got a role where I then passed my nqt. However this is coming to an end soon,

    I did not put the first terrible experience nqt job in my teaching employment history

    As I was worried it would look bad, and now the school where I gained a role have withdrew me.
    I know this is so wrong and wished I would have been honest. just really worried now this is going to affect my teaching career because I wasn’t truthful on an application. Any useful feedback would be welcome, feeling very worried
     
  2. lunarita

    lunarita Established commenter

    Don't panic. Keep applying, be honest on the application form and, if necessary, in your covering letter, give a short statement explaining why you left the first school. It's probably not necessary though and if any HT wants to know, they can ask you at interview.

    You got a job, so you must have had a decent reference from the school where you got your nqt, and you will receive other offers.

    Learn from it, put it behind you, and find a school that's right for you.
     
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  3. nutrition02

    nutrition02 New commenter

    Thanks
    Yes I have learnt my lesson with this. Back to the drawing board applying and interviews.
    Just hope this doesn’t affect any other positions I may go for x
     

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