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Interview Question

Discussion in 'Primary' started by loui87, Jun 12, 2011.

  1. loui87

    loui87 New commenter

    I have an interview - interview is at 10.15 and then I'm not teaching until 2.30. What will happen to me between this time? Anyone had this before? Thank you x
     
  2. hb18

    hb18 New commenter

    It depends on the school. Some may ask you to complete a task to present later such as using children's books to discuss how writing is taught there, or giving you some examples of writing to analyse (suggest targets for children etc). Have you asked the school whether there will be anything like this? Also some schools might have scheduled a meeting with the School Council. Really though you should have been told when you were invited to interview.Could you call them and ask?
     
  3. minnieminx

    minnieminx New commenter

    Or you could just be sitting about chatting to the other candidates. Then having lunch with children or staff.
     

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