An interesting and rewarding career
Teaching must be one of the most interesting and rewarding careers. If you love your subject, want to inspire and support young people and serve a local community, enjoy an intellectual challenge and like an immensely varied working day, teaching might be the career for you.
There are numerous routes into teaching. You could start with a degree in education, or follow-up your subject degree with a postgraduate PGCE. You can train through a school-university partnership programme such as the world-leading University of Cambridge courses, or through a school direct route such as that offered by the excellent Cambridge Teaching School Network. You can go into teaching as a first career or as a career change. You can complete training over one year, full time, or take two years over a part-time route. If you are currently working in a school and wish to transition into a teaching role, there are also additional routes designed specifically for this.
To find out more, please follow the following links:
Department for Education guidance: https://getintoteaching.education.gov.uk/
Anglian Gateway (our Trust) guidance: https://www.angliangatewaytsa.org/itt/
Cambridge Teaching Schools Network: http://www.camteach.org.uk/
Faculty of Education, University of Cambridge: https://www.educ.cam.ac.uk/courses/pgce/
If you would like to discuss how to get into teaching, please contact James Woodcock, Assistant Principal, at firstname.lastname@example.org.