Are you considering a career in teaching?
Perhaps you are a teaching assistant, a career changer, or even a qualified teacher looking to return to teaching. Or you may be one of the many excellent teachers trained overseas, looking to enter the UK market – or indeed you may be graduating in Summer 2018.
Whoever you are, you are warmly invited by the University of Reading (ranked 3rd in UK for Education*), TeachSlough** and Upton Court Grammar School in Berkshire to a special evening dedicated to those who wish to find out more about getting into primary and secondary teaching.
The evening will be mainly informal; once you have registered your interest in the event via the link below, please feel free to drop in, meet the team and to find out more!
Join us on 21 February 4.30- 6.30 at Upton Court to discover the fields of teaching opportunities available to you.
TeachSlough** has a wide range of excellent training opportunities for teaching, both in primary and secondary schools. The Train to Teach evening will showcase these prospects and encourage anyone who has an interest in teaching to get to know the field, chat to the experts from both Upton Court and the University of Reading and find out what route would suit them best.
Come along to our event to meet the experts:
- University of Reading* tutors.
- The TeachSlough team
- Specialist mentors from our partnership schools as well as from other local training partnerships
Train to Teach Wednesday 21st February 2018, 4.30pm – 6.30pm Upton Court Grammar School Lascelles Road Slough SL3 7PR
Please confirm your attendance via this link:
For more information, please contact:
Manni Sanghera Upton Court Grammar School Lascelles Road Upton Berkshire SL3 7PR
*Guardian University League Table 2018: University of Reading ranked 3rd in UK for Education
**TeachSlough School Direct Teacher Training is provided in Slough Partnership schools, working together with the University of Reading. All courses lead to Qualified Teacher Status (QTS). You can also opt to do the PGCE course, which leads to 60 Masters credits. You may be eligible for a salaried place, or a bursary.