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Discussion in 'Jobseekers' started by Becks1988, Mar 6, 2012.

  1. Dear Theo

    I have two interviews this week (Thursday/Friday 8/9th March 2012) with schools for the GTP. One is the school I volunteer at and they have no specific requirements but the other is an unfamiliar school to me and they are asking for a 5 mins presentation about myself and why I have chosen their school. Any help would be great I have already read the threads about presentations which were very helpful but any extra advice is greatly recieved. I am trying to clue myself up on the curriculum and teaching methods but feel a little out of my depth..Anything else I can try? This is my first time applying so I'm incredibly happy that I got even one interview let alone two! Please help!

    Thanks Becks
  2. I got offered both jobs and accepted a great school,
    thank you for all your help and advice...now on to the assessment bit!
  3. Lara mfl 05

    Lara mfl 05 Star commenter

    Now Theo has a little tradition here that when you get a job, you don't just add the info to a thread, but
    start a brand new thread entitled 'Dear Theo, I got the job!'
    Then Theo will award you your own shiny star and others may post to congratulate you.
    It serves to remind and encourage others that people <u>are</u> still getting jobs.
    So off you pop to start that new thread.

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