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interview help please

Discussion in 'Early Years' started by jopotter83, Mar 13, 2011.

  1. Hi there. I finished my PGCE in Lower Primary last July but didn't get a teaching job straight away because I had a baby in November. I have an interview for a Foundation 2/Reception class on Tues at the school I did my last placement at. With me being out of the loop for a few months I wondered if there's anything recent I should know about regarding the foundation stage or any interview tips anyone can share with me!
    thanks in advance
     
  2. Hi there. I finished my PGCE in Lower Primary last July but didn't get a teaching job straight away because I had a baby in November. I have an interview for a Foundation 2/Reception class on Tues at the school I did my last placement at. With me being out of the loop for a few months I wondered if there's anything recent I should know about regarding the foundation stage or any interview tips anyone can share with me!
    thanks in advance
     
  3. Hi,

    I am also in the process of applying for jobs. I have just applied for a Foundation Stage post. Just out of interest do you have to do a teaching task for the interview? What sort of thing is the task?

    P x
     

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