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Return to teaching
If you’re considering returning to teaching, the transition may be much 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 who come back to the profession each year. Find out about getting back into a career where you can make a real difference every day.
If you’re ready to come back, we’re here to help – particularly if you’re thinking of going back to teaching maths or physics. To find out more:
- complete our registration form so we can keep you informed of any initiatives that may help you in your return
- visit our resources page for returning teachers, providing support on everything from the new Teachers’ Standards to behaviour management
- contact our team on 0800 085 0971 to talk through how you might access support to help you return
On average, a full-time qualified classroom teacher earns £34,600 a year, with excellent opportunities for progression. In fact, 41% of teachers are in leadership roles, and a great teacher can earn up to £65,000. Find out more about pay and conditions.
Support for maths and physics teachers
If you’re considering returning to teach maths or physics, you can benefit from a bespoke package of support. This includes personalised one-to-one advice, opportunities to observe classroom practice, and access to resources so you can update your subject and curriculum knowledge. Find out more about support for returning maths and physics teachers.
When you register your interest in returning to teach one of these subjects, we’ll get in touch to discuss how we can help.
Teacher subject specialism training
We’re working with lead schools across the country to design and deliver a range of free subject specialism training in secondary maths and physics. The training will help serving and returning teachers to improve their subject knowledge and skills in the teaching of secondary maths and physics – find out more.
Thousands of former teachers return to the profession every year
- 11 August 2015 AT 17:30
For an informative evening come to the University of Warwick’s Centre for Professional Education.Coventry Open
- 15 August 2015 AT 09:30
Our open days offer you a chance to find out more about what it is like at the University of Cumbria.Carlisle Open
- 15 August 2015 AT 09:30
An open day in Lancaster to offer you a chance to find out more about what it is like at the University of Cumbria.Lancaster Open
- 15 August 2015 AT 10:00
An open day with information on Edge Hill University's teacher training courses.Ormskirk Open