Hi, Was wondering if anyone could help... I'm studying for a degree in BSc Social Sciences and would really like to go into secondary teaching. My degree is from the department of social and policy sciences and is predominantly made up of Sociology and Psychology. I've been having a good look round at PGCEs and it seems only Manchester Met and Staffs offer a PGCE in Social Sciences/Psychology/Sociology. To do a PGCE in just psychology I know 50% of your degree has to be of that subject, however mine is around 35%... So... Was thinking about applying for a PGCE in Citizenship at Bristol, as they state that if you have a degree in psychology/sociology there may be opportunities to teach these subjects on placements. However if I did this PGCE what does anyone think my chances of getting a teaching post in Psychology or Sociology would be after training? Just really confused as to what I can actually do!! Any help would be really appreciated!