getting onto a PGCE course?Watch
I'm starting a degree in Ancient History and Archaeology in the Autumn, and I'm not entirely sure of a future career, but I'm quite keen on teaching. However, does anybody know if my degree would be too specific to do a History PGCE, and is it possible, with say an RS A-Level, to do an RS PGCE? Cheers!
Also bear in mind that an unofficial requirement is for at least a few days work experience in a school - the Government website doesn't really mention this but it is a requirement amongst many PGCE providers.
I was worried about my degree being too specific, because I have a friend doing an Ancient history degree who's been told that it will be harder for her to get onto a history PGCE course because she won't have a straight history degree
thanks for the advice about work experience...I hadn't thought of that!