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Today has been so fab, I feel like I am walking on air! (How cringy, I feel as if I should delete that last bit).
This morning I had many compliments on my outfit and hairstyle from the year 6 girls which gave me such a boost, it seems quite silly really. I was also able to help one child with maths after I saw her crying about not being able to do it. I have been in that situation before, so I knew exactly how she felt, and I am pleased that I stopped her crying and got her back on track with the nets exercise. (I also struggled with the exercise, so I definitely need to brush up on my knowledge, and confidence!)
I also had my French lesson, which was observed, and it went so well, I am so so happy! I was given a level four, which is super, as that is the grade we are targeted for the end of this placement, so all is good! The lesson, using my Kinder Eggs, kept the four children really engaged and I was even able to teach the bilingual child something she did not know. I am happy with my differentiation and just overall very happy really!
Also, here are the beautiful display boards that have been put up;