Advanced search

Staffroom- I bloody *love* my job some days

(12 Posts)
Blandmum Fri 12-Sep-08 19:11:43

and today was my day!

I had lessons today that I skipped out of. Nice classes who listened, enjoyed the lesson and came up with some cracking questions.

Days like this are so fab!

southeastastra Fri 12-Sep-08 19:20:57

they're all happy cause it's friday grin

Blandmum Fri 12-Sep-08 19:21:29

them and me both! grin

fizzbuzz Fri 12-Sep-08 20:15:00

Yes, I've had a few of those as well this week!

However today I was on supply covering for a colleague who is absent.

I do not envy him his classes, especially his Y8 last thing.

However what is especially cute is Y7 saying thank you at the end of a classgrin, or even when giving out homewrk sheets to them!

cornsilk Fri 12-Sep-08 20:17:25

oooh I'm working with older chn now (secondary age) and I love it too! The chn are fab! Wish I'd always worked in this age range.

roisin Sat 13-Sep-08 10:09:28

That's fantastic Mb. What classes are you teaching this year?

Blandmum Sat 13-Sep-08 10:28:11

1 year 8, 3 year 11s 3 year 10s (any two of these at a time on rota), 2 lower sixth, one upper sixth.

Best lesson was with year 11 set 2, bright, keen, well behaved with just a touch of spikiness about them. May fav type of class

MaureenMLove Sat 13-Sep-08 10:33:38

I covered a yr 7 yesterday and they were wonderful. I didn't get to know many names, because I didn't have to shout them! grin I didn't have to say, put you're hand up if you have a question, they just did. I didn't have to shout, 'Stay where you are, I have't said you can go yet!' They just didn't move. grin When they did leave the room, they all said goodbye too! Makes the day so much nicer, dunnit?

SqueakyPop Sat 13-Sep-08 13:24:25

Isn't it great to have classes and a timetable that works for you?

What I think is lovely in September is to see how much some of the children have grown up over the holidays. The ones that were annoying are suddenly extremely pleasant.

amess Sun 14-Sep-08 19:18:58

It's so nice to read this. As a mum whose yr 7 is so keen on their new school and teachers I just hope it continues. Best of luck.

Whizzz Wed 17-Sep-08 20:04:23

I also love my timetable this year (TA), pupils I know, consecutive lessons (ie I know what we are doing & what's coming next) and teachers that so far seem great to work with smile

roisin Fri 19-Sep-08 21:55:41

Crikey, I'm loving my job too atm: what is the world coming to? I seem to be having loads of great lessons (am a cover supervisor) and everybody in my departments keeps telling me how wonderful I am and how much they appreciate me grin

Join the discussion

Join the discussion

Registering is free, easy, and means you can join in the discussion, get discounts, win prizes and lots more.

Register now