As a primary teacher, story books are a vital tool to have! They hook children’s imagination, get them intrigued in new topics and sometimes most usefully can fill up some spare time.
We’re here again – it’s coming up to assignment deadline time. At this time of year everyone’s realising that they can no longer put off those three 3000 word essays and actually need to crack on! The main thing to make sure you survive deadline time is PLANNING! Here are a few tips on staying calm whilst getting all the work done.
By doing a degree, you get very focused on your own subject and sort of forget that any other subjects exist! Recently, I spoke to an old school friend who’s brother has just started University and is doing a Business and Football Management degree.
When you move out of your family home and into your own flat/house with your flatmates one of the biggest things to change is chores. You may have done cleaning or chores at home with your family, but most families share the jobs out; but when you’re at university, nobody else is going to do it for you!
Some of you may have already secured a job after university…or just for the summer, but if you are one of those who find themselves with no job prospects, it can be daunting and scary.
Life as a primary PGCE student can be summed up in one word… busy. Don’t get me wrong I love what I’m doing but it is the busiest thing I have ever had to do – guess it’ll just make it more worthwhile at the end of it!
Everyone worries about essay writing when coming to university and this worry doesn’t really go away when you get further through university, a massive 5000 essay never really gets much easier.