Becoming an RE Teacher

Posted on March 25, 2015 by Amy Tolmie
Categories: Primary, Secondary,

When was the last time someone asked: “So what do you do?”

“I teach RE” will spark a reaction. Just as the subject itself generates positive reactions and inspires school children of all ages.

Beyond the Ordinary is a new campaign to find extraordinary individuals who have what it takes to train to become RE teachers.

Why Beyond the Ordinary?

Because as an RE teacher you'll address topics that go way beyond the everyday, challenging perceptions and exploding stereotypes. You'll embark on a career that will continue to evolve and inspire you as well as the young people you teach. What's more you'll enjoy the companionship and support of a strong community of colleagues along the way.

And let's not forget that you, as an individual, will be extraordinary.

If you're interested in training to teach RE you can look forward to healthy job prospects and as well as a bursary to help cover living costs while you train.

Visit the site for more information, including details of the bursary: Beyond the Ordinary