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Had to quit my nqt post.

Discussion in 'Trainee and student teachers' started by ugly toad, Apr 6, 2011.

  1. There is a very similar situation for someone on the PTRC forum, although I think she was on final practice. May be worth getting in contact with her to discuss the advice she was given about the way forward. Sorry I cannot remember the name of the poster, just that she likes rabbits!
  2. Hi Sunny.
    I had to give up my BEd after 3 days of my final placement. I was gutted.
    After several weeks, I finally plucked up the strength to move onto finishing a BA and am currently doing supply.
    Just because you have had a bad experience in one setting does not mean that all settings are bad. I really hope you find the strength to continue.
    I hope to do a PGCE in the future. If you want it bad enough, you will get there.


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