Perhaps everyone remembers the interview for their first job. I certainly remember mine from 1988. A formidable primary adviser of the time asked me how I would set up my classroom. I realise now that she suspected that as a student teacher, I had only ever taught in classrooms set up by others. She was keen to see what type of learning environment I would establish.
"As the last of snow thaws away, the craving for the light and warmth of the sun grows. The pandemic may mean that beach holidays are a long way off but hopefully sunbathing on the golden sands of a foreign beach will happen again. When it does, appropriate protection will be liberally applied to all parts of the body placed in direct sun light. It would be ridiculous to consider protecting some parts and not others. If one part of the body is burnt the pain impacts the whole..."
Staff working in education, sport and business won praise for pursuing a range of professional qualifications alongside their day-to-day roles at a ceremony at St David’s Hotel.
Hosted by BBC Wales’ Eleri Sion, the awards honoured those who have successfully gained new qualifications in leadership and management through Portal Training.
"Those of us that remember 2007 may recall the slogan that Tony Blair used as he stated his priorities: Education, Education, Education. My suggestion for current leaders is that they amend this to Education, Vaccination, Vaccination..."
A TEACHER from Ysgol Y Preseli has been recognised as Pembrokeshire's top workplace learner at a special event in Cardiff.
Catrin Jones was one of the top prize-winners at the ceremony, where staff working in education, sport and business won praise for pursuing a range of professional qualifications alongside their day-to-day roles.
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