Final Self-Assessment

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7 weeks later…

Just posted this status on my instagram. I am absolutely delighted with my progress and looking forward to dancing again soon!

Learner Feedback

Following my interim self-assessment one of my gaps was reference to learner feedback and given the recent end of term I always feel there is no greater learner feedback than the unprompted kind. When you garner learner views in class pupils often feel they have to say a certain thing or try and guess what you want to hear. In these lovely messages though you get a true reflection:

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