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"opportunity to spend time with children"

Discussion in 'Jobseekers' started by iamthewalrus, May 11, 2011.

  1. There's a chance that this will be your 'teaching time' and you'll be given a book, poem etc to share with the children. The panel might be looking for how well you do this, and it then gives them a level playing field with which to compare all the candidates. I've heard at a few head's meetings that this is what some panels like to do, although it's certainly not my preferred option!

    Good luck.

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