Around this time last year, I attended my PGCE interview! I applied to two universities (my main one being the University of Worcester obviously!).
I tell them that next year, I’ve got the choice of doing the standard individual research project or a final performance.
When I say this to people, they automatically reply with ‘I HATE you!’
Over the last year and a half, I have had an absolute blast at University.
I’ve experienced really great days and also the not so great. I’ve had days when I can hardly wait to get up… and other days when I want to keep my head under the pillow for as long as possible.
Whether you like it or not, if you use the internet at all, you can be found online. And I bet that it will take me less than 10 minutes to find you.
For many students, going to University isn’t just about starting a new chapter and embarking on a new course.. it’s also about moving away from home.
On Sunday the 23rd of February I went along to Lou Lou’s Vintage Fair held at Worcester Guildhall after seeing loads of flyers and invites on Facebook. If you’ve read my post Dedicated Follower of Fashion, you’ll know that vintage/second-hand clothes are right up my street and so I’d had it planned for a while that I’d be going.
I would like to think that over the last year and a half, I have learnt some useful things about how to cope with the demanding lifestyle that comes with being a teacher.