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Discussion in 'New teachers' started by pinkflipflop, Aug 23, 2011.

  1. The best thing you can do is ask the school.
    In our school you wouldn't be doing anything yet as all the medium term plans are already in place, as well as the first two weeks of plans for the start of term. Every school is different though. Are you a starting in a single form entry?
  2. Thank you for you reply!
    I am working in a single form entry school but we are part of a 3 school federation. I will be working with 6 other year 1 teachers.
    Do you think I should have any plans prepared?
  3. What was discussed with the other year 1 teachers? Do you have any previous MTPs to work from?
  4. I have been in contact with the school and hav figured it all out.
    Thank you for your response!
    I think it was just nerves getting the better of me.
    Thanks again.
  5. It is normally the case....don't worry, it is natural to have nerves and concerns when you are suddenly cast out into the big ugly world of teaching!
    Even 5 years in I still panic about going back and what the hell I am meant to be doing.

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