Ok, come and burst my boasty bubble

(23 Posts)
booklooker Tue 27-Sep-16 19:08:14

It's not often that teachers get to boast about stuff, and there is no stealth about this:

I noticed a group of about 3 girls around my daughter (she is in the same school as me) and they were talking excitedly to her.

I found out afterwards that they were really happy with the way I had explained some stuff just moments earlier.'(I do not teach them)

My daughter was the star because I was the 'best maths' teacher in the school and I was her dad

I know it's bollocks. But it made me feel good, and I was so so pleased that my D's peers had said good things to her.

I want her to be proud of me in the school

HellsBellsnBucketsofBlood Tue 27-Sep-16 19:09:47

Good for you. star

MrsBungle Tue 27-Sep-16 19:10:43

Aaah, that's really nice. Good on you.

RandomDent Tue 27-Sep-16 19:11:19

Nice one, a great feeling. smile

booklooker Tue 27-Sep-16 19:18:28

You are being far too nice!

I know full well that this is only one pupil, andit certainly does not mean I m a good teacher

But it has made my day

Monochromecat Tue 27-Sep-16 19:22:27

There's no better feeling for a teacher than pupils genuinely enjoying learning something smile That's great, enjoy it and remember it.

sausagefest Tue 27-Sep-16 19:26:50

Wonderful. Well done.

goingmadinthecountry Tue 27-Sep-16 19:57:42

Enjoy. Those are the moments that show you're in the right job. A lovely moment.

hahahaIdontgetit Tue 27-Sep-16 19:58:58

Keep hold of the good moments!

You should be pleased as punch.

Hulababy Tue 27-Sep-16 20:00:25

Enjoy the feeling. Its nice to have something positive.

And remember it, just incase you do have the opposite one day - sadly it can happen to any of us, even if not justified.

booklooker Tue 27-Sep-16 20:50:01

Well thank you all! I was expecting some comments to tell me not to be so smug.

I think I want to minimise such a comment as they came through my own daughter.

But it's still great to hear; and I know there are legions of others out there who could benefit from a little positive feedback

Dozer Tue 27-Sep-16 21:21:37

winesmilecake

PotteringAlong Tue 27-Sep-16 21:23:43

Nope, those are the moments that make it worthwhile.

Bluepowder Wed 28-Sep-16 22:01:32

It's nice. Moments like that keep you going and make you remember why you do the job.

Floggingmolly Wed 28-Sep-16 22:05:41

Good on you 👍

BellMcEnd Wed 28-Sep-16 22:06:20

Bollocks: you clearly deserve the praise and it's fab that your daughter got to hear about it first hand.

I'm a huge supporter of teachers - you lot have a really tough career and judging by the teachers my two primary ages children have had, a lot of you are (despite the twats in government trying to grind you down) bloody ace.

Be proud!! star

elephantoverthehill Wed 28-Sep-16 22:43:59

101 shit comments and 1 good one. That's what keeps us going.

Wolfiefan Wed 28-Sep-16 22:51:41

It's not bollocks. Today you made a difference to those students. They will remember that.
Your daughter will remember how it felt to be proud of her dad.
You sound bloody awesome!

Helpisathand13 Thu 20-Oct-16 00:32:46

Bask in your smug fest you deserve it!

xOdessax Mon 24-Oct-16 08:52:27

No way am I bursting your bubble!
I hope you teach my kids one day.

Well done smile

booklooker Mon 24-Oct-16 19:26:42

I hope you teach my kids one day.

I think that is possibly the nicest compliment any teacher can receive.

Thank you Odessa, you would probably withdraw it in a second if you actually knew me, but it was a lovely comment

Lizzylou Mon 24-Oct-16 19:30:27

You boast away! Lovely for you and your DD to hear smile
It's so easy to forget the positive sometimes as a teacher but good feedback like that and girls going out of their way to tell your daughter, well that speaks volumes.
Well done.

LockedOutOfMN Sat 29-Oct-16 20:12:01

Well done!

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