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PLS Teacher Blog 10 – Maxine 

February 12, 2021

PLS Teacher Blog 10 – Maxine It’s crazy to think that 60 years ago the mere thought of online teaching may have sounded completely foolish. In many ways, it still does. The impersonal lessons can get extremely difficult for those listening in and those teaching them. You are not able to read your students’ faces…

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PLS Teacher Blog Number 9 – Megan

February 12, 2021

PLS Teacher Blog Number 9 – Megan The Trainee Teacher Survival Guide It is sometimes very easy to fall into what I call ‘the stress pit’. The stress pit is a mythological place that lives deep in my mind, I often imagine it as a deep, fathomless hole where light does not reach. It doesn’t…

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PLS Teacher Blog Number 8 – Maxine

February 12, 2021

PLS Teacher Blog Number 8 – Maxine New term. New classes. More work. It’s strange to think that the notion of having more work can actually bring forth excitement. A new set of faces to recognise and personalities to get to know. After two weeks of isolation, I was extremely worried, and I felt that…

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PLS Teacher Blog Number 7 – Farhana

February 12, 2021

PLS Teacher Blog Number 7 – Farhana Welcome to my Classroom. For many of us PLS salaried trainees, we would have been fortunate enough to get our own classroom in placement school A. Our own classroom you say? What on earth am I meant to do with that? How should I use up all that…

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PLS Teacher Blog number 6 – Ben

February 12, 2021

PLS Teacher Blog number 6 – Ben Today, something clicked. Finally. It’s 8.35am and I have twenty-five minutes until 9rEn1 begin disembarking the One-Way Corridor Express, primed and ready for their first stop of the day: English. We’re in the process of preparing for their half-termly assessment, and so this week they’ve been treated to…

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PLS Teacher Blog Number 5 – Zainab

February 12, 2021

PLS Teacher Blog Number 5 – Zainab Teaching Science, to me, is not less revered than a religious rite.  My love of Physics is as great as Professor Walter Lewin’s, who authored the book, ‘For the love of Physics’. But I wish, the passion for a profession and the love of a subject were good…

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PLS Teacher Blog Number 4 – Megan

February 12, 2021

PLS Teacher Blog Number 4 – Megan “I don’t even want to be a teacher”, these were the words that I recited to myself over and over again since the day I started University. I studied Psychology at University which meant I had to learn a lot about developmental and educational psychology (a subject that…

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PLS Teacher Blog number 3 – Maxine

January 15, 2021

PLS Teacher Blog number 3 – Maxine “To grow is to persevere through trials and tribulations, being able to adapt through all situations” As student teachers we quickly learn new ways to mould ourselves to what other teachers expect us to be, to what students need us to be and what we want for ourselves.…

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PLS Teacher Blog number 2 – Ahmad

January 15, 2021

PLS Teacher Blog number 2 – Ahmad Reflecting on the first few weeks. Teaching is hard.  Learning to teach, even harder. More difficult then arranging bank loans with Kazakhstan, probably.  But, you do get paid at the end of a teaching month. There are other benefits too.  I can get a student Oyster Zip card…

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PLS Teacher Blog Number 1 – Anna

January 15, 2021

PLS Teacher Blog Number 1 – Anna Reflecting on the transition to Primary PGCE Prior to starting the Primary PGCE I was anxious. I had worked as a teaching assistant, but I knew it wasn’t the same. Working as a TA you are supporting the class teacher and supporting any pupils that have any special…

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