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I chose to do a schools direct PGCE, it meant I was in the classroom full-time but gained PGCE status which I need as I plan to live and move abroad. Scitt and SD are purely recognised in England (not even Scotland or Ireland) unless combined with a PGCE.
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do you get paid for PGCE based teaching more than SCITT when you start your job?
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Im starting soon volunteering as a teaching assistant in a primary school. THat's after 12 years of stay home mom.
I have a BA in translation and also a CELTA ( teaching adults English for speakers of other languages).

The primary teacher head I met today said that they offer SCITT training when I mentioned that I wanted to open doors to do PGCE primary.
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I have an A level from Algeria majored in sciences. Do I need to do GCSEs ( maths, English, Science) if I wanted to go for PGCE?

Algerian A levels is the Baccalaureat certificate which entitles you to go to university. without it you cant enrol to university.
So that should be higher than the UK GCSE.
Can you please advise?
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