Hey, I'm so unhappy at my first placement school! The teachers are too laid back, don't plan lessons, come in on the day to print off worksheets and my mentor just says do whatever you want! Some might say what's the problem?! But then my mentor gives me feedback on my lessons and it is mostly positive however the areas of concern could have been avoided if my mentor gave me 5 mins of her time beforehand. Then there's one teacher who bawled me out the other day like one of the school kids. She came to me 15 mins before my lesson and told me to change it because the pupils were doing posters the day before and had been really enjoying it and this day they were suppose to go onto computers but we thought then it was a good idea to just let them continue doing the posters on paper. So I tried in those few minutes to prepare work for those who had finished their posters as she wouldn't allow me to let them use the laptops (they are suppose to do a presentation on paper then on the computer). I went to class and taught the lesson. I thought it went OK. But after she had a go at me saying that I hadn't been prepared enough. I let it go but she started again to me later when she saw me and I tried to tell her that she had told me she was going to keep all the art materials in the room for me to use and that I needn't both putting them away. As she said I shouldn't have went next door to get the art materials during a class whether there was another teacher there or not. I'd said to her that I agreed but that she had told me she would keep the box there for me which she replied then that I still should have came earlier to check. Of course I did, I came to her class before my lesson was due to start and she shook her head for me not to come in as she was teaching. She also told me to just write the learning objectives on the board as well as the success criteria. So I did and then her complaint was that I should have put them on a slide and that I'd put to much info on the board. Which I admitted there was too much info but that I hadn't really time to prepare a lot but yes I'd know for the next time. I think it was her attitude, if she had of just said "listen that isn't how it's done" I wouldnt be on here ranting about it but she gave me the look and told it just wasn't acceptable in a teachery way, raising her voice and shaking her head. Do all teachers not make mistakes and it is fair that she spoke to me in that way? What should I do? I dont feel happy there anymore.