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Upper KS2 - Reception

Discussion in 'Early Years' started by pumpkinsoup88, May 31, 2012.

  1. pumpkinsoup88

    pumpkinsoup88 New commenter

    Hi there,
    I have been teaching in Upper KS2 (for nearly 1 year). I am an NQT. There is now a post at a school I like which is to teach in a Reception Class. I have spoke to the Head Teacher: the school would consider me because they know me. However my lack of knowledge and experience may proove to be a hinderance: could I really survive a teaching interview? Would I be too far out of my depth?
    I am really keen to gain experience in all age ranges, and I am increasingly becoming attracted to the idea of working with younger children. I am going to spend some time in EYs/KS1 at my school I'm at now, but how can I ensure that I can be more successful at interview etc.?
     
  2. pumpkinsoup88

    pumpkinsoup88 New commenter

    Hi there,
    I have been teaching in Upper KS2 (for nearly 1 year). I am an NQT. There is now a post at a school I like which is to teach in a Reception Class. I have spoke to the Head Teacher: the school would consider me because they know me. However my lack of knowledge and experience may proove to be a hinderance: could I really survive a teaching interview? Would I be too far out of my depth?
    I am really keen to gain experience in all age ranges, and I am increasingly becoming attracted to the idea of working with younger children. I am going to spend some time in EYs/KS1 at my school I'm at now, but how can I ensure that I can be more successful at interview etc.?
     

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