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I'm starting a new job tomorrow.... & i'm knackered!

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ja9 Sun 14-Aug-05 22:08:26

Starting a new job tomorrow after having a year out when ds born. Will be teaching a p2 class (Y1 in englandshire).

Have had a hectic week preparing and dh has been away sine early wednesday morning. I'm pooped but excited...

Guess i should go to bed then!

Just thought i'd let y'all know!

jambutty Sun 14-Aug-05 22:12:39

Good luck!

pineneedle Sun 14-Aug-05 22:35:27

Let us know how you get on!

Twiga Mon 15-Aug-05 18:52:22

Hey ja9 hope your first day went well - been thinking of you .

cod Mon 15-Aug-05 18:53:20

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MrsGordonRamsay Mon 15-Aug-05 18:54:02

Scotland IIRC

cod Mon 15-Aug-05 18:54:39

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Springchicken Mon 15-Aug-05 19:03:40

No, it says what we would call it in England!

MrsGordonRamsay Mon 15-Aug-05 19:06:40

No it says p2 (y1 in Englandshire) presumed that was an equivalent

ja9 Mon 15-Aug-05 21:16:41

Had a fab day! I absolutely love the new school - staff so friendly and a really happy atmosphere. It was in-service today, so will be meeting the kids for the first time tomorrow.... can't wait!

(School in august as we are in scotland cod)

Aimsmum Mon 15-Aug-05 21:18:55

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ja9 Mon 15-Aug-05 21:29:03

is your dd in tomorrow aimsmum? how you feeling about it?!

Aimsmum Mon 15-Aug-05 21:31:50

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ja9 Mon 15-Aug-05 22:19:23

Not edin, in school in stirling.

She'll be totally fine... the classroom environment will be new for all of them & she will be sitting beside people who will quickly become her friends.

Hope hosp goes well for her. She'll be exhausted by the end of the week!

bee3 Mon 15-Aug-05 22:25:29

Hi ja9, i remember your thread about working out pay scales in Scotland.

Congratulations on the job, and I'm so glad the first day went well. Good luck with the children (they are the best bit as far as I'm remember, and y1s are so fabulous).

Aimsmum Mon 15-Aug-05 22:26:43

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