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Pgce starting in September

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    Hi all,

    I am starting a primary school pgce in September and I am just looking for a bit of advice. I got a first in my undergraduate degree so in regards to the theory stuff I feel fairly confident. However, as a slightly older student with children I want to balance my work and social life as much as I can ( I know this will be particularly hard during the pgce). I am trying to find some advice on planning and how to master the time consuming fine art well and effectively. Any resources and tips would be brilliant.

    Thank you!

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    I'm in the same boat. Young (demanding!) children, and I wouldn't mind a bit of advice from those who've done it and mastered the art of juggling both!

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