Hi all. I am doing a 4 year Primary Ed course and am about to start my final year. I know that there seems to be a lot of competition for Primary jobs at the minute, and was wondering what things really stand out when applying for a job? I know it varies a bit, but I want to try and prepare as well as possible! I have had about 6 placements/visits to schools on my course, including a small, rural school (less than 30 kids in total!) where I taught a whole KS2 class as well as a multi-cultural school with over 500 pupils,so I'm hoping these may stand out a bit as well! Aside from this, I have done placements in local schools at home and a couple of special needs schools. I am on course for a 2:1 at uni and play several instruments. I have also been doing supply work to gain more experience/pennies! I feel I need to do something extra to 'stand out' but I'm really not sure what this could be! Any suggestions please?