Reflective Practice

Review Point: Post PGCE and SET Self-Assessment

Subject Knowledge I attended various continual professional development courses after the completion of my PGCE. I attended a three-day online event hosted by Cambridge Live, which consisted of continuous lectures from 4 am till 7 pm. They were on a whole host of topics, though I found a talk on positive psychology fascinating, the overallContinue reading “Review Point: Post PGCE and SET Self-Assessment”

Review Point 6 (Statement of Attainment)

Strengths My Self-Assessment and Statement of Attainment was marked off by both my Mentor and the Deputy Head of my institution. They marked me as having made substantial progress in both ‘subject knowledge’ and ‘planning, teaching and learning’, so I have included these categories as strengths. I have also included ‘maintaining a positive learning environment’Continue reading “Review Point 6 (Statement of Attainment)”

Review Point 5 (The new world order of Covid-19)

Subject knowledge Though Covid-19 resides as a global norm, for PGCE review points and beyond, it is inescapable to mention. Teaching has ceased for the rest of the course. For this section, and for the section entitled teaching and learning, the reflective practitioner must adopt new and novel lenses to produce relevant and critical content.Continue reading “Review Point 5 (The new world order of Covid-19)”

Review Point 2 (End of First Term)

 Subject Knowledge  The lessons I have taught are as follows:  Religion and philosophy:  Homophobia Transgender  Gender  General Election  Islam-the fundamentals  Hinduism, Christianity and their take on the meaning of life  A Level:  The problem of evil- an introduction on the inconsistent triad, natural evil, moral evil and hypothetical and evidential problems relating to the inconsistentContinue reading “Review Point 2 (End of First Term)”

Woodhouse College and the Death of Education

Introduction Woodhouse College, located in West Finchley, London, enjoys a somewhat illustrious educational history. First established in 1923, the institute shares a joint history with Margret Thatcher and Hitler, also claiming to have been in the top five performing Sixth Form Colleges for the last 20 years. As I enjoyed a quaint stroll down theContinue reading “Woodhouse College and the Death of Education”


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