Interested in Teaching?
Thinking of changing your career? Why not turn your talent to teaching. The Transition to Teaching Programme is a Government funded programme, designed for people who have industry/business experience to consider a career teaching mathematics, science and ICT at secondary school level. To find out more about the Transition to Teaching Programme visit the Training and Development Agency for schools website.
Undergraduate teacher training
Undergraduate teacher training combines teacher training with your chosen degree course enabling you to leave university with a degree and Qualified Teacher Status (QTS). This is flexible and can be done on a full or part-time basis.
If you are interested contact the university of your choice by visiting the University and Colleges Admission Service website. To find out more visit the recruitment section of the Training and Development Agency website.
Graduate teacher training
The Graduate Teacher Programme (GTP) was introduced as an employment-based route for graduates to gain Qualified Teacher Status (QTS). For more information visit the Reading University School of Education website.
Postgraduate teacher training
This is a programme for postgraduates who wish to train to become teachers. For more information contact Graduate Teacher Training Registry. For a list of courses available contact the Graduate Teacher Training Registry phone 0870 112 2205
If you are an overseas teacher and you want to teach in Britain you can find out more by calling 01245 454 321, emailing: email@example.com or visiting the overseas teacher section of the Training and Development Agency website.
Returning to teaching
If you are a qualified teacher currently taking a career break and you want to return to the classroom the Training and Development Agency are offering to help you back into teaching. To find out more phone 0845 6000 991 or visit the Training and Development Agency website.
Schools in Wokingham Borough manage their own supply needs either directly with teachers or via supply agencies. See our schools page for details of the schools in the Borough. To view materials for supply teachers and find out further information visit the supply teachers section of the Teachernet website.