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Behaviour Tips for a Year 5 placement

Discussion in 'Behaviour' started by PookyTES, Jan 24, 2012.

  1. PookyTES

    PookyTES Occasional commenter








    Posted By Alison Claire Hill on Facebook:










    I'm a trainee teacher about to begin my Yr2 School-based Training 6 wk block. I was hoping for some advice on behaviour management & teaching in
    Upper KS2? I have done well in & really enjoyed placements in the EYFS &Yrs 2&3. However, I'm quiet & don't have much confidence, which
    I'm concerned will bring me down. I'm worried I won't be able to control the Yr5 class I've been placed in. My class teacher's also the Deputy Head so
    I might be left on my own with the class a lot! I know that I'm probably just being silly & could do well if I apply myself & don't go. In with
    the negative idea that I'll fail or receive a bad report. I'm determined to try my very best & make the most of this new experience & challenge
    :) I would be very grateful for any advice, thank you x





     
  2. PookyTES

    PookyTES Occasional commenter








    Posted By Alison Claire Hill on Facebook:










    I'm a trainee teacher about to begin my Yr2 School-based Training 6 wk block. I was hoping for some advice on behaviour management & teaching in
    Upper KS2? I have done well in & really enjoyed placements in the EYFS &Yrs 2&3. However, I'm quiet & don't have much confidence, which
    I'm concerned will bring me down. I'm worried I won't be able to control the Yr5 class I've been placed in. My class teacher's also the Deputy Head so
    I might be left on my own with the class a lot! I know that I'm probably just being silly & could do well if I apply myself & don't go. In with
    the negative idea that I'll fail or receive a bad report. I'm determined to try my very best & make the most of this new experience & challenge
    :) I would be very grateful for any advice, thank you x





     

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