The life-changing experience of teaching in a remote school
Peter O'Brien was only twenty when he accepted a post in Weabonga, a town two-days travel from Armidale in NSW. He had eighteen students aged between five and fifteen years old. It was a school that had trouble retaining teachers, and Peter had signed on for two years. He wrote about the experience that had a huge impact on him and his approach to teaching in Bush SchoolPeter talks about what it was like living and teaching in a small, remote town in the 60s.. See omnystudio.com/listener for privacy information.