You are in a position to
change lives - not many
other jobs can say that.
It is a genuine joy to share
my passion for my subject
with the students I teach.
I can't think of a richer,
more rewarding career.
Teaching is different
United Teaching is the initial teacher training scheme for United Learning, a national group of over 60 schools across England.
You can apply now to United Teaching through our Eligibility Form. It takes about 10 minutes and helps us to assess whether you meet our criteria. If you are eligible, we will invite you to our interview process.
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We caught up with Martin Oldfield, Director of Curriculum at William Hulme’s Grammar School in Manchester, to learn how his career progressed from trainee to senior leader.
Researching teacher training can feel like a navigating a minefield of acronyms – SCITT, DfE, NQT, SKE, DBS, etc., etc.! Two acronyms you’ll often come across are PGCE and QTS, which are both types of qualification. But what exactly do they mean, and how do they differ?
Trainee English teacher Cate was used to long hours and short deadlines from her former career in the media. So how did teaching line up with her expectations?
We caught up with former physiotherapist, Jenna, who is now training as a Biology teacher at Glenmoor and Winton Academies. What have been the highs and lows of her first half term?
United Teaching's lead school is Paddington Academy, 50 Marylands Road, London. W9 2DR
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UCST (Registered in England No: 2780748. Charity No. 1016538) and ULT (Registered in England No. 4439859. An Exempt Charity). Companies limited by guarantee. VAT number 834 8515 12. Registered address: United Learning, Worldwide House, Thorpe Wood, Peterborough, PE3 6SB.
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