Your new job is practically in the bag. You’ve found a school that you like the look of, managed not to disgrace yourself during the visit, written a stellar letter of application and now they’ve invited you to interview. You’re good at interviews. You’ve got this.
Or have you? Teaching job interviews are different. You are expected to tour the school, face an interview panel, meet the staff, deliver a crowd-pleasing lesson to a group of pupils you’ve never met before and spend all day with your rivals. It’s a bit like meeting your in-laws for the first time while also performing on stage and ...
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