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Dear Theo et al: One of those weeks..!

Discussion in 'Jobseekers' started by TheoGriff, Mar 28, 2012.

  1. TheoGriff

    TheoGriff Star commenter

    Q1 Getting back into state - not sure what stage/subject you are, Luc - but if secondary then discipline issues may be brought up. The exams are the samne in either, so the curriculm is no different, just the lot you have in your class.
    For primary, do read up on anything that has happened recently in the primary curriculum.
    Q2 Wait till you get through - you may have had second thoughts by then. And if you haven't, then you can go ahead and tell them that you aren't the right person for their school (NOT the other way round, please.[​IMG] )
    Best wishes
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  2. Thank you..
    Primary (mainly KS1 EYFS)... this post is for KS1. It'll be a challenge for me to teach a bigger class size .. also thinking about transitions from carpet to tables with that many children esp as they will be doing differentiated tasks... but I'm sure it'll all come flooding back!
    I'll have a look as the only thing I know offhand is the EYFS assessment strands changing!.. but this isn't relevant!
    thanks again x
     

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