Hi everyone, I am debating doing a PGCE or some form of QTS Teacher Training in Citizenship Studies... I have plenty of real life experience in the field of citizenship given my volunteering history and I have a degree in Human Rights but just lacking in the relevant teaching experience, and the curriculum has changed a fair bit since I was a student (almost 10yrs ago)! So I wanted to find out more about life after qualification in such a specialist subject, before committing to it... Do many schools have specific Citizenship teachers? Are there specific lessons for citizenship or are all teachers/subjects expected to muck in and teach parts of the curriculum within their normal classes? (That’s how they did it when I did gcse citizenship) Is there a need for citizenship specific classes/teachers in schools these days? Finally, does anyone know of schools that might be able to offer some Citizenship classroom experience? (Ideally in West Midlands but will travel). Thank you all so much.