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    My DD has just finished prep this year and she had an amazing teacher who was second year out of uni. She started at the school last year and she started as a prep teacher. As an ex teacher myself I think she is one of the best teachers I have come across and she is perfect as a prep teacher and would have been wasted elsewhere in the school.

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    I taught prep my first year out I think where you spent most of your rounds and your most recent rounds factors into it.

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    I'm not a teacher but my DD had a first year out of uni teacher for prep, she was amazing. It took her almost the whole year to build up the talking to parents skill (was quite awkward!) but I spent a lot of time volunteering in the classroom and she was amazing with those kids. She was incredible. And that's what counts, she was always available to speak with, I think she was just really nervous at the start of the year, I would be exactly the same!

    Last year, they also had another first year out of uni teacher for prep. Next year that teacher will be teaching grade 3. From everything I've heard, she is amazing as well. Really hoping my DD gets her for next year

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    My son's prep teacher was absolutely awful. So awful that the principal was basically telling us all that we needed to complain in order for him to do anything about it. Thankfully she 'retired' the following year. I would have much preferred a new grad! And this was in a school with an excellent reputation and the area is highly sought after because of the school..!


 

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