I’m looking for advice on what the best way may be to move from secondary to primary class teaching. My PGCE was back in 08/09 so times have definitely changed! Ideally I’d love to go right back to basics and relearn my profession in a primary context, rather than secondary, though no conversion courses seem to exist (in West Yorkshire anyway! There’s one in London but my two children prevent me from relocating for studying/placements). I can’t redo a PGCE, or similar route towards QTS, as I already possess it... but as a secondary music teacher. I spent 9 years working in secondary music and since leaving that post I have taught with a music service, which included teaching curriculum music as PPA cover lessons. I got a taste for teaching the primary age group and have found it to be so much more rewarding than teaching the older key stages. I’ve been looking into gaining handson roles to break into primary class teaching, such as volunteering in my own child’s school, and applying to do primary supply work. Through this I’ve been looking through the vast array of key documents connected to primary teaching... but aside from the National Curriculum (obviously!), which documents, online courses, key resources (etc.) would you recommend I study alongside these visits into primary schools? Any advice will be warmly received. Many thanks in advance.