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Am I going to be qualified to teach GCSE drama?

Discussion in 'Drama and performing arts' started by Donly, Mar 6, 2011.

  1. I'm a PGCE art and design student doing drama with media studies as a discrete subject. On my current placement i am teaching some GCSE level drama. Does anyone know if I am technically 'qualified' to do this or would be able to as a paid teacher? I'm wondering if the qualification only means I could teach drama and media at ks3....
     
  2. I'm a PGCE art and design student doing drama with media studies as a discrete subject. On my current placement i am teaching some GCSE level drama. Does anyone know if I am technically 'qualified' to do this or would be able to as a paid teacher? I'm wondering if the qualification only means I could teach drama and media at ks3....
     

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