You learn a lot from going to university. Some people learn how to cook, clean, make friends, get up early and study, but for me I learnt a few lessons for life. So, here at the 4 lessons I learnt at University.
When you ask children what they want to be when they’re older you usually get the full range from ballerina to astronaut, but I have always answered “teacher”.
Reading is a truly essential part of studying, particularly for me studying an Education subject – I was always reading up on different theories and concepts. Whether you’re on the 3 years teacher training course, doing a PGCE, or completing a course like Education Studies or Early Years Childhood and want to go into primary teaching then these books are for 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.
By far the best and most enjoyable part of my course are the placements that we get to do.
Hello to all the new readers of my blog, and welcome back to those of you that have been here before!
I’ve decided writing about the Academic Scholarship event – a little late, but I think it’s an important event to blog about! In September, I was sent a letter awarding me with a University of Worcester Scholarship for Academic Achievement. I knew I had done well in my 2nd year but was still shocked to say the least.