If you love the English language and all its foibles as much as we do, could you teach it? Would you enjoy widening the vocabulary of students, teaching them how to listen, read, write and speak to create epic dialogues? English is the most widely spoken language in the world and is the gateway to many excellent careers, but the love of the language can also be gained through literature. Studying the written word and creating understanding of the intricate use of language will fire the imagination of your students - you could be inspiring the next JK Rowling, Hilary Mantel, Irving Welsh or Michael Morpurgo to put pen to paper!
If you have a passion for numbers, data and formulae, wouldn’t it be great to inspire the next generation of mathematicians, statisticians, economists, computer scientists, and engineers?
Science is the gateway to the future! Are you ready to inspire the next generation of scientific geniuses and Nobel prize winners?
Learning another language is more than just learning words and phrases- it is learning about different cultures, people, ways of communicating and expression. Teaching languages is hugely rewarding as you are teaching a subject that opens up the world to students. If you have a passion for communicating in a foreign language then imagine the joy of teaching the next generation of linguists. Do you think you have what it takes to engage students and spark a passion for languages? If so, we would love to hear from you!
The world is one big and amazing place and if it interests you as much as it does us, then you might be in the right place to come and inspire the next generation of explorers or climate champions (think COP26). Geography is a dynamic and engaging subject – it teaches us about the world at large, the environment, places, cultures, landscapes, and weather patterns just to skim the surface.
We met to have a chat with Laura who trained to teach with United Teaching straight from University. Laura teaches Science (Biology) in Kettering.
Alice teaches Science in Kettering and came straight from University. So we asked her some questions about her time training to teach with United Teaching.
We had the pleasure of meeting Matthew recently and he told us all about his experience training with United Teaching. Matthew is a career changer and teaches Food Technology in Kettering.
Recently, we had the pleasure of interviewing Naomi who chose to train to teach with United Teaching. Naomi now teaches Science (Biology) in Kettering.
We caught up with Modern Foreign Languages ECT Demi who tells us about her journey with United Teaching.
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