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Course or jobPGCE secondary science.
My backgroundI grew up in Glasgow and got my degree there. I’m the first in my family to go to university.
One comment about ‘race’ and diversityOnly one? I’m a British Indian Glaswegian Sikh and I like it.
Why I’m in teachingBecause it’s a suitable job for a girl. Because I couldn’t make it in the movies. Because I’m no good at football. I couldn’t be a doctor because I can’t stand the sight of blood. Actually, none of the above, I’m winding you up. I like my subject and I like young people’s energy.
One complaintClassroom equipment that doesn’t work.
Best thing about the jobI don’t know yet.