Hannah-Marie, a third-year student doing a joint degree in Psychology BSc (Hons) and Education Studies BA (Hons) at Worcester shares some of her favourite things that she’s learnt so far. Modules on courses can be […]
World Teachers’ Day… did you know there was such a thing? Well, there has been a World Teachers’ Day held annually since October 5th 1994!
Work experience student, Alex, has recently chosen her A levels and shares some tips on what to consider when making this decision. “‘The whole purpose of education is to turn mirrors into windows.’ – Sydney […]
Ever since I was little I would always play pretend schools with my friends. One of us would pretend to be the teacher and the others would be the students. We’d play for hours; enjoying the novelty of writing on a whiteboard and demanding that the ‘children’ listen, thinking that was what it was all about… Oh! How wrong we were…
I was always lucky doing my A-Levels. I never had to decide whether or not I wanted to go to university because I knew I needed to in order to achieve my dream of being a History teacher.
So you might be looking into whether university is the right option for you. A few years ago I was in the same situation. I knew I wanted to be a primary school teacher, but I also wanted to travel and take time to consider whether going to university was the right pathway for me.