Whilst completing a teaching round I am forever reflecting upon previous rounds in terms of what worked well and what didn’t, how to improve or avoid particular situations. As a studying teaching I believe reflecting and evaluating your teaching methods and style is effective and an important element to improve as an educator. As my teaching rounds have been consecutive week blocks I have been able to reflect and evaluate particular lessons that I have repetitively taught within the classroom, for example guided reading lessons, to improve implementation if needed or to manipulate to students learning needs and classroom environment. Whilst on rounds at Belle Vue Primary I was able to plan the week by week structure of what the class would be involved in. In doing this I developed skills of time management, the use of effective teaching strategies and resources, and the importance of guidance and evaluation of previous lessons. Throughout my planning I had to be aware of what knowledge students already had and in one instance I had to be aware of group work effecting negatively upon the learning environment. In a Literacy block that I had planned, after Monday’s session I adjusted the way in which I would implement the block for the rest of the week due to reflection and evaluation of the effectiveness of such set activities. After the first session I become aware that some set work within groups was too distractive to other groups hence I have to manipulate the block to improve the learning environment. I effectively moved a particular activity into the ‘quiet room’ which was attached to the classroom. This alteration, from reflection and evaluation, assisted not only my teaching practice but all students learning immensely.