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Dear Theo Interview Need advice please!! (anyone else please help)

Discussion in 'Jobseekers' started by lcouch12, Feb 28, 2012.

  1. Dear Theo (and everyone else),
    I have been offered my very first interview and is on monday. I am incredibly nervous and need your advice. The position is for EYFS/year 1. I have been sent through information about what i will be expected to do during the day as follows:

    'The timetable will involve a
    variety of tasks in the morning, including two short teaching sessions, which
    will be explained on the day. Lunch will be provided and will be
    followed by interviews with a panel of governors.

    we would like you to bring along one piece of children&rsquo;s work or
    learning outcome that you would like to talk about with us for five
    minutes.' </font>

    Obviously i was prepared to plan for a lesson, but not being told what i will
    be teaching on the day has completely thrown me. Is there any advice on what i
    could do to prepare for this? Is there anything you think they will be
    specifically looking for?

    Also would you recommend a piece of work that is relevant to EYFS/year 1 and
    in Maths or Literacy?

    Any advice on this would be greatly recieved, this is my first interview and
    i am very nervous.

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