Hi all, I qualified as a Teacher back in June 2010 and have been working at the Primary School in which I gained my QTS through my NQT year. I have recently been considering the possibility (and indeed the plausibility) of moving from Primary into Secondary. I taught Year 3 in my first year but have since taken Year 6 during the last two years and have thoroughly enjoyed it. I am of the assumption that QTS qualifies you to teach up to the age of 16, but I am unaware of any extenuating circumstances and requirements that I might need to meet in order to increase my chances of making such a transition. I was looking to move into Secondary History as I particularly enjoy the subject and successfully passed an A-Level in it back in 2003. Are there any higher requirements than that level, would be my first point of questioning and if so, what do I need to do to address them? Are there any refresher courses or introduction courses that I could or should be going on to increase my chances? And, other than applying for jobs, is there anything else I can be doing to make this a possibility? I am perfectly happy where I am, but I now I would be even happier making a move.