Careers Teaching 

£26,000 bursary for teaching

Have you considered teaching? Have you got a degree (or higher qualification) in biology, chemistry, physics, computing, geography, languages or classics? If so, then it is a very god time to make steps into gaining a teaching qualification with the introduction of generous bursaries and scholarships.  The Government is offering a £26,000 bursary to train to be a teacher may be available to you. There are also lower bursaries available for the following subjects: English, design and technology, history, music, RE and mathematics. Scholarships are also being awarded to “the…

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Careers Overseas Teaching 

Teaching abroad

There are many opportunities to teach overseas from primary age and beyond. There are over 7,000 international schools around the world meeting the learning needs of over 3.5 million students, all using English as the language for learning. English-medium international schools are an increasingly significant sector for higher education international student enrolment. No longer are they simply the domain of expatriate children – approximately 2/3 of students will be local students.  English-speaking education is pursued as a means to acquiring a place at respected English speaking  universities. The lead country…

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Careers Teaching 

A career in teaching career

The main career route within education is teaching. Those who go in to teaching will have an age group in mind and some will have subject(s) preferences, particularly when teaching primary age and above. Teachers will become more specialist in the subject they teach the older the teaching group becomes. Types of teaching in age order (youngest to oldest) for main stream education: Early years (up to 5 years old) Primary Secondary  (teach to GCSEs) Secondary sixth form (teach A levels and equivalent quals) Further education (teach A levels and…

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