Hi, I recently graduated from the University of Leeds with a First in Sociology, and currently work in a pastoral role in sixth form college. In the next year or two, I am interested in starting a PGCE. My dilemma is that I love my subject of Sociology, but the job prospects seem particularly low and few institutions offer the Social Science PGCE. Alternatively, I have been looking into an RE PGCE and have contacted a couple of universities to see if they would consider me as I come from a different discipline - the response has been positive. I am interested in the Ethics side of RE and cultivating a harmonious and multicultural worldview within a classroom; my issue here is that I have a limited understanding of world religions apart from basic knowledge (I understand that I would have to complete a SKE course). The benefit with an RE PGCE, in my view, would be better prospects as more schools have this as part of their curriculum. What are people's opinions on this? Is it best to stick with my original discipline? Would I be able to teach A Level Sociology with an RE PGCE if a school has an adjoining sixth form? Any ideas are appreciated!