Dear Diary, Today was just one of those days. It’s pretty special, I guess, because it’s not every day that you get to embarrass yourself not only in front of your whole class (and lovely teacher aid Sonia) but also the principal.
Oh boy, do my students have some crazy questions and comments sometimes! Half the time they don’t realise how blunt and inappropriate they’re being and it’s actually pretty fantastic because I get to have a good laugh about it in the staff room...
Some days it honestly feels like my class is the toughest in the school – but does every teacher feel like that? It really feels like an uphill battle on days like today. I thought I had this genius idea of breaking into groups and doing worksheets
Dear Diary, On rainy days we have PE indoors, a situation which has both pros and cons. On the one hand, it eliminates some outdoor OH&S hazards like magpies swooping the kids (or pooping on them) but also presents new indoor hazards, like 52 kids in a
Dear Diary, So I have just come to accept that I'm going to exist in a constant state of exhaustion. I get up at 5am, try to squeeze a run in, go to school, do school, stay after school, do school pick up/carpark duty once a week, come home, eat, grade