Are you stuck in the middle of assignments and need an excuse to take a break? Well, it is Mother’s Day in just a couple of days, so why not treat yourself to a couple of hours of guilt-free procrastination and make your mum something nice to show her you love her?
You may have been considering becoming a teacher for some time, or you may just be realising that teaching might be the career for you.
So what are the next steps? What do you need to know? Here are some helpful things to think about going forward.
During half term, schools were out and we were spending our not-a-week-off getting our heads round our first essay.
I love post-its. There’s just something about them, maybe it’s their smallness or their stickiness, but I have always been a big fan. Being a bit of a list-aholic, those sticky little neon squares live on my fridge, in my diary, around my mirror, and I have digital versions on my desktop.
It’s 9.15am. I’ve arrived in class (just in time) for the first lecture of the day… and I’m wearing wellies. Thankfully, I am not the only one. A bunch of us already booted, whilst the rest are pulling on spotty, muddy, flowery wellies of their own.
A little about me. I’m a 27-year-old wife and dog owner, originally from Wales but now living in Worcester. Just over a year ago, I graduated with a joint Hons degree in Performing Arts and Applied Theology. I never intended to become a primary school teacher but, whilst working as a drama specialist last year, realised that it just fits. With some hesitancy and a great deal of trepidation I applied, now here I am. And term 1 is nearly over. How did that happen?