Looks good to me, especially for a new shooter!
Although you have more shots to the left than the right of the target's center, the group looks fairly tight and doesn't have any really wild shots away from the rest of the group. I'd say all you need is a little more practice, and if the group stays in about the same place and gets a bit tighter, then I'd recommend a slight sight adjustment (tap the rear sight to the right, just a tiny bit).
To tighten the group, concentrate on a gentle, smooth trigger squeeze so you don't move the gun as it fires, and try to hold the sights aligned near the center as you squeeze. If the group starts to scatter, slow down your shooting, take a short break to relax, or try again another day.
"Placement is power" -- seen in an article by Stephen A. Camp
(RIP, Mr. Camp; you will be remembered, and missed)