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mine would be my year 11 ict teacher , really helped me with my course work
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My History teacher, I like the way he teaches us and how he explains as well. I really like my new Sociology teacher as well, she's very understanding and encouraging.
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Probably my year 9 Science teacher, he's the whole reason I was able to get so interested in Biology and Chemistry. In a school which had a lot of awful teachers who didn't care he proved to be the exception I needed to be truly enthused about my school.

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Mine would be my maths teacher I cried when I left school he was the best teacher I loved his way of teaching

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I can't think of a single teacher I liked :indiff:
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My Year 9 French teacher - helped/made me become fluent in French in a year, having had very very basic knowledge before. I miss her
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My history teacher at GSCE, so year 10 and 11. I hadn't really liked history much but it was my favourite subject for the 2 years. I was going to do it at a level but when I found out my teacher was leaving the school I decided against it. Biggest compliment I can pay him I suppose.
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Year 7 & 9 History teacher. She got me into history and made me as decent as I am.


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Definitely my Religious Studies teacher - who believes in me even when I don't have that belief in myself, and helped me so much last year when I was getting worked-up over my AS exams.

Also my A Level English teacher, who pushes me to my limit in order for me to achieve the best grades - but still manages to make light of every situation and his enthusiasm for the subject is one of the main reasons that I enjoy the lessons so much.
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If any though, I think I'd have to choose one of my Psychology teachers if not my Head of Chemistry
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Biology Teacher.
He's young so he's relatable.
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My english teacher in years 10 and 11. i never really liked English but she made it interesting and was a good motivator for a lot of people who weren't interested in the subject
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My old history teacher from years 9 to 11 - he made history really interesting for me and was a great teacher and inspired me to pursue history for GCSE and A Level, I was really sad when he left

Also my new history teacher has become another of my favourite teachers - he's made my A Level History course amazing for me. Since he's younger than my other history teacher I feel I can talk to him more and relate too. He's just fab.
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My first music teacher in secondary school. Whilst the beginning he saw me as a retard and we didnt get along, by year 8 he had offered me piano lessons, and later join the school band and was invited to do GCSE Music in year 10. He was cool

Obviously by january in year 10 i moved schools and the music teacher in my new school at the time was a ****ing *****.
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My current AS French teacher...she is brilliant- calm, quietly authoritative and a great languages teacher. I've learnt more French in the past four months than the previous two years at GCSE level.
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My year 10 English teacher for sure

Shame we only had her as a materinty cover She was amazing
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My year 8 English teacher was great fun; we always had a laugh and he enjoyed my stories - I'd tell him my latest ideas (all of which got abandoned soon after conception). My maths teacher from year 8 to 11 was quite a character - she would tell us about her holidays and other things about her life and then get annoyed with us for letting her do so. My class was pretty wild for a set 1 as well :lol: it was fun. She still says hi in the corridor and we have conversations about random things. Last year I lent her my Sherlock box set. Currently my favourite teacher is a maths teacher. His style of teaching is great and his homeworks are always as tricky as he can make them. He's also a really nice guy, funny, and doesn't mind if you ask too many questions. I'll miss all of these teachers when I leave school.
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My form tutor who was also my art teacher form year 7 to 9!

then he retired! :cry2:
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never had a good teacher in my life smh
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Biology teacher who taught me in yr 8, then in yr12 and 13, She was very encouraging, intelligent, engaging, funny and eager to help us achieve the best results.

Most of my teachers at GCSE level were amazing which helped me to do well at school. It's funny how a teacher can hugely influence the way you feel about a subject. My A2 chemistry teacher was so boring, it demotivated me from revision for chemistry.
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