A Week In The Life of A Primary PGCE Student: I’m up again!

Every Sunday (hopefully) I shall be posting a personal post about my massive new venture. I am going to University to train to be a primary school teacher. I will be trained to work with 5-11 year olds. It’s known to be a very, very stressful time so I’m hoping I can channel my thoughts and feelings into a blog post. It gives you an insight into what’s going on in my life and hopefully it’ll be incredibly therapeutic for me. I will NOT be naming any children, schools or teaching staff. I won’t even mention what University I’m at. I hope that’s understandable. If personal posts aren’t your thing then feel free to skip these posts. I won’t mind!

I can’t believe that another week is over. It feels like I’ve only just published my last ‘A Week In The Life…’ post and now here I am, writing another one!  That roller-coaster of emotions that I keep referencing? Well I’m upward again on the loop de loop that is this course.

This week I spent another week in the classroom. I really like the class I’m with, but what I loved about this week was that I got to fit in some teaching with my old class. Oh how I loved it! They’re so adorable (and cheeky at the same time) and loved having me back as much as I loved being back.

I seem to have taught a lot of story writing this week. I’m so impressed with the story writing across the school. We have such a creative group of children. I can’t believe it when I’m reading and laughing out loud at many young children’s writing. Some of it completely blows my mind and I hope that I’m reading these children’s books in the future. I think there’s definitely some future writers emerging!

Next week is my last week at the school I’m currently at. I have a lot of work to do in my last week, but I’m looking forward to finishing and moving onto my next school. The school I’m hoping I love as I’m spending over 2 months there! 😀

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2 thoughts on “A Week In The Life of A Primary PGCE Student: I’m up again!

  1. Ugh I hate children! That’s probably why I never had any! I hope yours are better behaved than some of the cheeky brats you see in our local schools *mutters* On the serious side, I hope you are having fun and working hard. Good luck!

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