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    Is it best to ring schools and ask if they will accept you for work experience or to send an email? I've emailed a few and they haven't got back to me. Also, when emailing should I be sending a CV too? As I've just got a letter explaining why I need the experience and what I am currently doing (at uni). Please help
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    Is it best to ring schools and ask if they will accept you for work experience or to send an email? I've emailed a few and they haven't got back to me. Also, when emailing should I be sending a CV too? As I've just got a letter explaining why I need the experience and what I am currently doing (at uni). Please help
    Are you thinking about a move into teaching? If you go through the 'getintoteaching' website, you can apply for school experience placements. I would advocate a phone call - the personal touch generally gets you further - even if just to ask who to email rather than the standard 'office' or 'admin' email.
    Good luck.
 
 
 
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