OhHeyItsSoph97
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Hi everyone!

I’m just curious if any current teachers could help me out, I’m currently undertaking my PGCE and we are being told about doing the Catholic and Anglican Certificates to enable us to teach in the schools and I’m just wondering do you have to? I’ve heard of people teaching in them who haven’t been certified and if that’s the case I don’t want to be wasting hundreds of pounds to complete both. Would you recommend that I do it just in case or leave it? Thanks!! X
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You do not have to and I do not recommend doing them.
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You do not have to and I do not recommend doing them.
ahh really? Did you do them yourself?
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ahh really? Did you do them yourself?
I’m a senior leader in primary and have worked in religious schools, I can confirm you will not need this. Focus on things that matter.
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