Return to teaching
If you’re considering returning to teaching, or you’re qualified to teach but never taught in a state school, the transition may be easier than you expect. Whether you left to bring up a family or explore a different career, there’s lots of support available to help you become one of the thousands of teachers each year who come back to a profession where you can make a real difference every day. Register with us to find out what support may be available to you.
Return to Teaching pilot programme
If you’re ready to come back, we’re here to help – particularly if you’re thinking of going back to teaching an English Baccalaureate subject (English, maths, biology, chemistry, physics, computer science, history, geography, or a language) in a secondary school. For these subjects you can access the new, free Return to Teaching programme in secondary schools across England.
The support could include:
- free refresher training in subject knowledge
- updates on classroom practice and behaviour management
- access to classroom experience and mentoring
If you’re looking to return you should contact a participating school on this pilot programme, who are also looking to employ returners.
Thousands of former teachers return to the profession every year
To find out more about returning to teach, you can:
- complete our registration form so we can keep you informed with useful information
- browse for Return to Teaching events near you
- participate in our online event on 12 May, where an expert panel will answer your questions about returning to teach and the Return to Teaching programme
- visit our resources page for returning teachers, offering information on everything from the new Teachers’ Standards to behaviour management
Once you’ve registered, if you have any questions on returning to teach, please contact our dedicated team on 0800 085 0971 for help and advice.
Return to teaching and develop your career with the National Teaching Service
This new programme is designed to match top teaching talent to schools that need it most. You’ll be supporting schools in challenging circumstances that are struggling to recruit, as well as motivating teachers to take on new challenges and progress their careers.
Applications are now open for all returning teachers with classroom experience and middle leaders for the North West, with successful applicants starting in schools in January.
On average, a teacher earns £37,400 a year
- 05 May 2016 AT 08:30
This one day School Experience event offers you the chance to take part in lesson observations, learn about different routes into teaching and take part in an Introduction to Co-operative Learning structures.Macclesfield
- 05 May 2016 AT 08:30
To get a feel for modern day education and gain valuable experience in a classroom environment, come along to this event.Ringwood
- 05 May 2016 AT 13:30
Come and look around the school and learn more about our WLTSA teaching training programme.London
- 05 May 2016 AT 14:00
Do more..... Teach!Hull