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      Graduates

      Over the last few years there has been a significant increase in graduate recruitment in schools. Graduates play an essential part of school life whether as a teaching assistant, cover supervisor or in other support roles.

      For most graduates, schools will offer you fantastic experience that will open up teacher training routes should you wish to pursue a career in the classroom.

      What would you like to do?

      Teaching Assistants

      Schools actively seek graduate teaching assistants as subject specialists to support their pupils. The roles vary across core and vocational subjects and give you the opportunity to use your skills and experience, as well as helping you to consider a role in teaching. Many schools like to support their graduate teaching assistants with teacher training once they have gained experience and confidence in the classroom.

      Want to get into teaching?

      As a graduate you can explore a range of pathways into primary and secondary teaching in the UK and discover which is best suited to your skills and career ambitions, to help you decide if teaching is right for you.

      We’ll work hard to find the right school for you and provide expert advice. If you’re unsure on which age or subject would suit you best, we can provide experience in a range of contexts, so you can observe and be involved in school life, speak to the teaching staff about the challenges and rewards of teaching in their setting and find your ideal path into teaching.

      Once you’ve decided which age range and subject you’d like to teach, we will look for a route which gives you the relevant experience!

      How to get into teaching

      To be eligible for postgraduate teacher training, you’ll need a minimum of a 2:2 degree, plus other requirements such as a Disclosure and Barring Service (DBS) check.

      We can help you find a school to undertake Initial Teacher Training (ITT) or Initial Teacher Education (ITE) which leads to Qualified Teacher Status (QTS) in England and Wales. It’s also possible to find you opportunities to teach in academies, free schools, independent schools and further education (FE) colleges even without QTS.

      Our graduate programme helps you decide what you’d like to try and experience in a classroom experience. Get in touch today to start your career in education! Speak to us today on 0207 430 7120 or email careers@visionteaching.co.uk  and let us help you find your ideal role.

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