Hi, I am currently looking into the possibility of training as a secondary school teacher but I’m concerned about how feasible it would be given that my undergraduate degree is in Law. I do also have a Graduate Certificate in Art History but I doubt that will be of much use either. I have worked in education for roughly 6 years for a private company that taught university taster courses to 15-18 year olds as well as summer courses for 11-14 year olds. So I have a wealth of experience in working with students at secondary school age. Also, as part of my employment, I went into schools providing workshops about Law and Debating skills, so I have experienced a wide range of school environments. I would be most interested in teaching History. I have an A at A level in the subject at least and I really do have a knack for picking up subjects very quickly. Is this something that’s possible or would I need a History degree to do this? (I would be open to other subjects as well if History isn’t possible.) Any advice/help would be great. Thanks.