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Why I Want To #getintoteaching

BA Primary Hons Student, Sarah McCabe, explains her journey into education. She explains her wish to #getintoteaching and gives her advice for students looking to enter the profession.

35 Replies to “Why I Want To #getintoteaching”

  1. Corrie Payne says:

    Such a relatable and honest video Sarah!! I agree its such hard work but also agree it’s well worth to see those smiley little faces! Will all pay off in the end! Good luck with the rest of your course!

  2. Conor O'Hara says:

    Thanks for the video Sarah! I’m currently studying for a BA in Modern Languages, though I aspire to complete a pgce once I complete my degree, and this video has given me loads of information on the placement aspect of the course. Thanks a lot!

  3. Millie Graham says:

    What a great video! I am a student who has just applied for primary education at Newcastle university, this has informed me of how the next few years will look. It’s made me even more excited to start my teaching journey!

  4. Jakob Eder says:

    Awesome video! A true inspiration to aspiring teachers all around about hard work can take you so far! Good luck with your future teaching!!

  5. Charlotte Childs says:

    As a NQT, I can fully relate to the points raised in this blog. The part in regards to the workload of a student teacher is definitely something I can understand. Great blog for both student teachers and NQT’s!

  6. Joanne says:

    You had a huge positive impact on the children you worked with at RDPS. Your work ethic, high standards and positive outlook are outstanding, which ever school snaps you up will be extremely lucky to get you! Keep up the great work Sarah. 😊

  7. Barbara Smith says:

    As a retired maths teacher, this is great to see how the teachers of the future are feeling about the profession I have loved for over 30 years. The profession has become modernised to adapt to the changing contemporary society, which is a great aspect to future teaching.

  8. Saaskia England says:

    As a student teacher in New Zealand, it’s great to see that other trainees worldwide have the same goals and aspirations as myself. I love how every student loves the teaching profession the same way in which I do. Good job on the video!

  9. Sarah says:

    Thank you so much, i agree that all the hard work is worth it in the end. There’s nothing more rewarding than being a teacher.

  10. Sarah mccabe says:

    ThNk you so much for your comment. I’m glad my video has helped you with your teaching profession l. Good luck!

  11. Sarah McCabe says:

    Good luck with everything, you won’t regret your decision to be a teacher, it’s the best decision I ever made. Thank you!

  12. Sarah McCabe says:

    Thank you so much, I appreciate it!

  13. Sarah McCabe says:

    Thank you so much Joanne, that is such a lovely comment to make. I loved RDPS and it will always have a special place in my heart 🙂

  14. Sarah Mccabe says:

    Thank you so much, I would love to have a hat wth you about how you believe the teaching profession has developed.

  15. Sarah McCabe says:

    Thank you for your comment, I hope your teaching journey is going well! It’s amazing to receive comments from trainers across the globe. I appreciate it massively!

  16. Tom Ramsay says:

    What a fantastic example! I’m studying for a primary education degree too and this is great to see that all the hard work can achieve such rewarding result. People like you give me hope for a future in teaching!

  17. Caitlin Chapman says:

    Brilliant, brilliant, brilliant! A total inspiration for anyone seeking a career in teaching. You should be very proud.

  18. Lewis Morgan says:

    Such an influential and imformative vlog Sarah, its great to see someone so young so enthusiastic about starting their teaching career! Good luck 😊

  19. Jacob Anderson says:

    I’ve been teaching for a number for of years now but I can remember my university journey and NQT year like it was yesterday. I went through the same process as what you explain in your video, is so relatable. Becoming a teacher is the best thing which has ever happened to me.

  20. Luke Tyrie says:

    Great Vlog Sarah! Good luck for the Award Night 🙂

  21. Dylan Mccourt says:

    Hello Sarah,
    I’m currently training in primary education and I think what your doing is inspirational and really harping me get through the course! As much hard work as it is, it’s amazing seeing what a great impact we all have on the future generations! Keep up the amazing work and I wish you the best of luck in your teaching career!

  22. Mike Lloyd says:

    Great video Sarah! I’m currently studying an MA in History with potential to study to become a teacher after this, so this video is a great inspiration!

  23. Brad says:

    Well done on being nominated sarah

  24. Leah Griffiths says:

    Well done on being nominated, good luck! You have so much passion for teaching I wish you all the success for the future.

  25. Uthman El-Dharrat says:

    Any school would be lucky to have you as part of their team! Best of luck Sarah.

  26. Sarah Mccabe says:

    Thank you so much, I appreciate your comment!

  27. Sarah says:

    Thank you!

  28. Sarah says:

    Thank you so much!

  29. Sarah says:

    Thank you so much!

  30. Sarah says:

    Thank you so much, if you need any support please don’t hesitate to ask!

  31. Sarah says:

    Thank you so much for your comment!

  32. Olivia Heath says:

    As someone who is looking into being a teacher, this is so inspirational and you’re doing a great job. Good luck!

  33. Susan McCabe says:

    Listening to your blog is so inspirational, any one thinking of going into teaching or is wondering why they got in to teaching then just listen. Any child would be so lucky to have you as their teacher Sarah!

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Sarah McCabe is a BA Primary Education Hons student in her second year of study. She has had a variety of experience over KS1 and KS2 and is currently based in the North East of England. Specialising in KS2 and PE, they are both areas of study which she is fond of. To follow her teaching journey, follow her Twitter @MissMcCabe98.

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