Tag: teaching

Career profile: Teaching– when (and how) to apply for training

For all the cataclysmic headlines about school teaching, the profession remains a popular training choice for graduates – UCAS reported a little over 46,000 PGCE applications in 2017. As finalist undergraduates, it’s likely you’ll know peers who are already decided on teacher training. And it’s not terribly hard to see why: Financial stability – with …

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PE Recruitment – Job finding advice and help for PE Graduates

Article supplied by Fiona McKenzie, PE Recruitment Are you a PE graduate looking for a teaching job for September? Yes? Then we’d like to help. PE Recruitment are recruiting newly qualified PE Teachers right now for schools throughout the UK. Competition for jobs has rarely been this tough, and graduate unemployment rates so high, but …

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Getting a teaching job

Introduction First teaching appointment procedures Applications Supporting Statement/Letter of Application What should go on my CV? Vacancies Interviews Portfolio Introduction Before you read on… you are advised to consult the Prospects page on Getting a Teaching Job, which contains detailed information on local authority recruitment procedures, sample CVs and covering letters and guidance on application …

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