Kent-Teach Twitter chat ‘Why become a Teacher’

Kent-Teach Twitter Chat “Why Become a Teacher”
Wednesday 31st May at midday  

Are you interested in teaching? Are you looking to study a PGCE? Join Kent-Teach Twitter Chat on Wednesday 31st May which will give you the opportunity to ask a panel of teachers, Headteachers and HR Professionals to answer your queries and give you as much information as possible about teaching.

To participate all you need is a Twitter account, here’s how to join:

1) Sign in to Twitter

2) Follow @KentSchoolJobs (if you haven’t followed us already)

3) Tweet your question and ensure you include #KTChat

4) Feel free to follow and reply to posts during the chat by simply selecting “Reply” to the comment you wish to reply to followed by your tweet.

You can start sending us your questions so they can be answered during the session. Please email your questions to Rebecca.Taylor@kent.gov.uk.

Full details can be found here

 

Considering a Career in Teaching?

Are you thinking about a career in teaching in Primary or Secondary Schools, or in Colleges of Further Education? Canterbury Christchurch University is holding a ‘Postgraduate Routes into Teaching’ Open Day on Saturday 6th June on their Canterbury Campus, where students and graduates can find out more about a career in education, and discuss their plans and questions with course staff. More information is available at http://www.canterbury.ac.uk/study-here/open-days/open-days-and-events.aspx.

Alternatively, if you would prefer to start teaching in the classroom straight away, Teach First offers the chance to learn through doing on their Leadership Development Programme for talented graduates. Teach First work primarily in areas of deprivation or need, and Teach First graduates will be supported in working alongside pupils from a wide range of backgrounds and experiences, to tackle educational inequality.  For more information visit http://graduates.teachfirst.org.uk/