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Feeling wobbly....anyone else?

Discussion in 'Early Years' started by nicholaj69, Sep 11, 2011.

  1. Exactly the same!!! New to reception as well- i had my 15 little cherubs in all last week as it was a long week!! Ive been planning today since 12 and only finished before the start of xfactor!!! thought if i sorted out my plans id b fine but again i have the butterflies!!! Felt really sick last sunday so at least thats improving!!!!
  2. Victoria Plum

    Victoria Plum New commenter

    I am 13 years into teaching and I STILL get butterflies on Sunday nights, no matter how organised I am! Ideally I'd like to go out on a Sunday and do something - last week I went to a pub quiz. It was great, no alcohol consumed, but I had something else to think about other than school and I just went straight to sleep when I got in. :) Don't feel too bad tonight but we are still easing children gently into Nursery and haven't really got going with planning and stuff yet. Hope you both have lovely Mondays and a good nights sleep tonight. xxx
  3. Thanks- nice to know I am not alone
    I also thought if I was all planned I'd be fine but sadly No!! I just keep going over it all.... aaarrrghh and I am working with absolutely lovely people. I just keep thinking 'is this right? And How I am going to let them all down and look daft!


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