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Discussion in 'Trainee and student teachers' started by amy_m_wright, Dec 3, 2018.

  1. amy_m_wright

    amy_m_wright New commenter

    I have bought a nice black suit (jacket and skirt) and have a blouse to wear with it, my question is can you wear heels to a pgce interview or is that too much?
  2. welshwizard

    welshwizard Established commenter Forum guide

    I would focus more upon what you are going to say at interview and your subject knowledge
    Stiltskin likes this.
  3. DerbyshireLad

    DerbyshireLad New commenter

    I'm afraid I can't really give specific advice on heels... But the general rule in all the schools I've been in is that if you would wear it in an office, it's probably appropriate for school. Usually suits for the men, a bit more flexibility for women. And in the school where I've just finished my first placement, some women wear heels, lots don't.

    And, of course, for an interview it's usually better to dress too formal than too casual.

    I hope the interview goes/went well!
    pepper5 likes this.

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