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Teaching Subjects on Primary application form

Discussion in 'Jobseekers' started by brunetta, Jan 14, 2011.

  1. brunetta

    brunetta New commenter

    I'm a NQT trying to fill in an application form. It's a bog standard council application form that all the schools in this LA send out.
    There's one box called 'Teaching Subjects in order of preference and what level (E.g. Key Stage 1, Key Stage 2 etc) ' and then 2 lines to fill in eg. Subject 1, Subject 2.
    I'm a primary MFL specialist so under Subject 1 I would fill in one of my languages and state I can cover KS1 and KS2. However, I'm a bit stumped about what to fill in under Subject 2. Should I put in another language? I don't yet feel specialised enough in another primary subject to indicate it but if I state another language would that look like I can't teach anything apart from languages?
    Thanks in advance.
  2. brunetta

    brunetta New commenter

    Thanks Theo
    I hadn't thought of that but it does make sense.

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