Hi all Hope everyone is doing OK. I will be jobless from August. I think I will take this sign to take time out to do a masters. Having taught Primary and EYFS for 13 years in state, independent and overseas, I feel like this is a natural step. I'll be honest too, I would love the alone time of study and not being in the classroom for a bit! I would like to do it in the year and then teach overseas again. I also have ended up in a couple of leadership/manager roles. It's never been my plan to 'climb the ladder' as it were, but I am told I should be doing so really. So I guess it may be worth looking at those courses. I've also undertaken courses in my own time, on SEN and getting a Beach Schools qualification. Well-being is an interest of mine too. 1. Are there any current masters that people know of that are great for doing in one year, mainly remotely. 2. Has anyone been able to do some of the funded ones? I know some European universities offer funding. 3. Are these possible to do without also being in a school to do research? I will have connections and will do supply but don't want to rely on that too much. Many thanks if anyone has answers at all. I have looked at old threads but there is not much current.