All candidates must have GCSEs (grades A-C) in English and maths. Early applications for PGCE places to the GTTR (Graduate Teacher Training Registry) are advisable during the first term of your final year at university. Degree discipline studied must meet set criteria for National Curriculum relevance for the subject you wish to teach. A science, technology or maths degree can be advantageous, as there are shortages of people with these backgrounds entering the profession.
Anyone wishing to teach in the state-maintained sector must gain qualified teacher status (QTS) either by taking an education degree, an undergraduate degree followed by a PGCE (Postgraduate or Professional Graduate Certificate in Education), School-Centred Initial Teacher Training (SCITT), or employment-based School Direct training programmes. In Wales only, you can apply to train on the job through the Graduate Teacher Programme.
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