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Hi all, Brooke from IPE in England.
I thought I’d go into a little more detail about the schools we are currently doing placement at. There are 16 of us on this trip and we are split amongst 5 schools. 5 are at an all girls secondary school, 5 at an all boys secondary school and 2 are at 3 of the different primary schools. All the schools are linked in the Skills for Life Trust. We are transported to and from school and the hotel each day by bus
📸: Hannah is at the all girls secondary school and is teaching a year 7 netball class
Monash researchers partnered with development agency Plan International to assess a new educational program in the… https://t.co/fuxwxZTOCJ
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While the IPE students are over experiencing amazing England, us RPE students are still in sunny Mildura ☀️ We had an incredible day at Hands on Learning at Chaffey Secondary. The Hands on Learning program gives students the opportunity to learn new skills, complete projects and discover talents outside of the classroom. #placement
Hi all. Brooke here, on placement in England. Today is the first day of week 2. Last week we spent our time getting used to the school, schooling system, teachers and students. We spent most of our time observing all the different classes in preparation for this week. The plan for this week is to get into as many classes as possible and begin teaching a whole lesson, which was a goal of mine when coming over here as I’m going into 4th year.
We’re all looking forward to the week ahead and staying warm.
At Chaffey Secondary this morning we got to be involved in the Clontarf Foundation and Stars Foundation’s ‘Yarn Up’ which connects students with community Elders.