Thorns

This afternoon I’ve been out in the garden.  I have some beautiful pink David Austin roses that are an absolute delight.  Their scent is beautiful and strong.  However, they are tricky little blighters with thorns like sharp blades – my hands and arms are testament to that.  I take pride in their bounteous blooms and love the way they cheer me as my hard work with them pays off.  

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My first career was in the Nuclear Engineering Industry but I took the opportunity for a career break/rethink when my youngest son was born. I worked as a Teaching Assistant for ten years and during the last five of those I completed my teaching qualification part-time whilst working full time and bringing up my two sons. I qualified to teach in 2006 and have worked in two primary schools. I have been a SENCO for five and a half years and I am passionate about making outstanding provision for children with special needs. I am on the senior leadership team and enjoy the resposibility and challenge of this alongside my class teaching. I love being a teacher and retraining was the best career decision I have made. I am always looking to learn and improve what I do in school.
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