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Converting to Secondary PE

Discussion in 'Physical education' started by ld95, Sep 28, 2019.

  1. ld95

    ld95 New commenter

    Hi, I can imagine this has been posted about plenty of times so please direct me to previous posts if that is the case.

    I'm trained in Primary with a PE specialism and I've previously worked as a Primary teacher whilst teaching PE across the school. I'd love to focus on PE teaching now and have therefore thought about converting to secondary teaching (we also have middle schools where I live and this would be the ideal option). Can anyone give me any guidance on what I would need to do to go about this? I'm not too sure where to start with it all.

    Like I've said I'm sure this has been discussed before so any guidance would be appreciated!
     
  2. JJ83

    JJ83 New commenter

    PGCE?
     
  3. Skeoch

    Skeoch Lead commenter

    If you have a teaching qualification (QTS) then you are qualified to teach in schools. That's not your problem. The problem is the competition you face.
     

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