Looking for a route into teaching? Then you may want to consider Teach First, an education charity that recruits high-achieving graduates to teach in schools where pupils are from low-income communities. The charity is working towards ending educational inequality by developing inspirational teaching and leadership to help every child whatever their background. Read on to see if Teach First is right for you.
If you’re sure a career in teaching is for you, then you can gain a degree at a university and complete your teacher training at the same time and achieve Qualified Teacher Status (QTS). Read our guide to undergraduate teacher training to help you make that decision.
Want to no more about School Centred Initial Teacher Training (SCITT). A SCITT programme is an approved network of schools in partnership with a university that run school based courses. You’ll learn on the job from the start. Read our guide to SCITT to see if its the right teacher training course for you.
In this issue of ‘Start Your Career In Teaching’ we take a look at School Direct and break down what the course entails. There are two routes available, salaried and non-salaried and each on has the benefit of learning in a school environment. Read on to find out if School Direct could be for you.
In our helpful series of ‘Starting your career in teaching’ we take a look at Postgraduate Certificate in Education (PGCE) which is a university-led course for graduates. Read on to see if a PGCE course is the choice for you.