It’s Friday again; “Frustration Friday”, where I spend 4 hours commuting to and from the school, then sit in school doing nothing all day … apparently so that civil servants can inflate some misleading statistics to make the government look better.
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One of the questions I was asked at most of my PGCE interviews, which took me a bit by surprise (it seemed of little relevance) was: why are you doing Secondary instead of Primary? Here’s my personal reasons. After writing this, and re-reading it, the three bits that jump out at me are: Greater confidence
Starting the PGCE, I’d been warned the workload would be very high. What I underestimated was the financial risks. I’d worked out that the finances would be OK but depressing: £16,000 of debt, only £7,000 of which you get to spend (rest goes to the University) a “salary” of between £5,000 and £25,000 (depending on