Im 27, and currently looking at my future options and have come to consider going into teaching again... it was once an ambition of mine, and for some unforseen circumstances my progression had to be put on hold.
However, I am now looking to get back on the horse so to speak, however, it has become apparent that simply looking for a defined path into teaching is somewhat confusing.
I currently have GCSE qualifications... and was wondering if anyone can help "spell out" a path for me from this point, pretty much to my comfy seat in the staff room.
Ideally, I would like to teach Mathematics, as Maths teachers are currently in high demand.
Thanks for your time guys.
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Screaming out for Maths Teachers - Need advice watch
- Thread Starter
- 31-03-2011 01:35
- 31-03-2011 02:07
If you want to teach anything from secondary onwards then you'll need a maths degree or a degree heavily involving maths. Then you can do a PGCE to gain Qualified Teaching Status. Though there are a couple more routes after your degree instead of a PGCE. Look at the tda website
- 31-03-2011 02:46
have you tried http://tda.gov.uk/get-into-teaching/...-teaching.aspx ?
- 04-04-2011 14:18