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From deputy head in a nursery to teacher training...

Discussion in 'Primary' started by daisy72, Feb 19, 2012.

  1. this is my plan .
    I have been working in the early years sectopr for the past six years.
    And although I love my job my main goal is to one day become and Early Years Advisor.
    This is where my teacher training will come in. I would love to teach in the foundation stage or key stage one.
    I do hold a degree in early years passed with a 2:1 with hons. However i am now having to study gcse english, maths and biology as i donot hold these qualifications.
    This is my question.
    I am redoing my gcse's with ICS home learning which are now know as IGCSE's.
    Does anybody know whether these are okay for future teacher training.
    Thanks Nats x

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