Looking for advice. I work in an independent special school for autistic boys with pupils in years 8-13 as a maths teacher for some pupils and maths interventions for others. I work with the lowest attaining children. I have worked there for 2 years. Teaching KS1-3 maths, especially for low attaining/ SEN children is what I want to be doing with my life. I am 51. I have O level maths and additional maths (taken in 1985, was it some sort of AS precursor?) and A level English. No degree. I am currently studying for a Childhood and Youth Studies degree with the OU, I am studying at full time study pace and am just starting my second year. I have worked previously in primary for 9 years as an HLTA and for 4 of those years taught maths and English to KS2 children in a nurture group. What suggestions do you have as to achieving QTS? There is a PGCE Primary with maths specialism course. There is the TES straight to teaching route. I can't train as a secondary maths teacher as I don't have a maths degree. It is the KS1/2 content that appeals to me most and this is what low attaining KS3 children would be working on anyway. Thank you in advance.