Category: Teaching

Making job ‘Connex-ions’. Gaining experience to support my studies and my future employability

The graduate job market is a competitive place. What can you be doing whilst at university to stand out, gain experience and ensure you’re one step ahead of your peers when it comes to securing your dream job? In this student blog we hear… Continue Reading “Making job ‘Connex-ions’. Gaining experience to support my studies and my future employability”

Born to teach? The why, who and what of teaching

Ahead of our Teaching & Education Fair on Monday 25 February let’s take a quick look at what is involved in a career in education, from why people do it to how to get started on your teaching career. Whether you are studying your… Continue Reading “Born to teach? The why, who and what of teaching”

Do Your Research: Teacher Training

Interested in teacher training? Doing your research is key to finding the right option for you and ensuring you make an informed choice before applying. The new Department for Education (DfE) search tool – Find postgraduate teacher training courses in England allows you to… Continue Reading “Do Your Research: Teacher Training”

Teacher Training – applications now open

Postgraduate Initial Teacher Training (England & Wales) opened for applications on 9th October and we’ve already seen a lot of personal statements at our Careers Express drop-in. If you’re thinking of applying to teacher training to start in 2019 this blog’s for you!

Randstad’s Quick Guide for Student Teachers

We’re always keen to hear from employers and recruiters who offer jobs to our graduates. In this guest blog Catherine Stockford from Randstad reflects on some of the FAQs from our Teaching and Education Fair. In February I attended the ‘Teaching and Education Fair’… Continue Reading “Randstad’s Quick Guide for Student Teachers”

How to secure a teaching job overseas

This weeks blog has been written by Teachers for Asia. Teachers for Asia have helped thousands of people find teaching positions since 2009 in many locations throughout China, South Korea, Singapore, Taiwan, Malaysia, Vietnam, Myanmar and Thailand. Below they have shared their top tips… Continue Reading “How to secure a teaching job overseas”

Trained to teach on the job!

Are you considering applying for teacher training next year? Then a school-led teacher training route could be for you! There are a number of routes into teaching each suiting different individuals. The options available to you at Liverpool Hope University are; University-led PGCE School… Continue Reading “Trained to teach on the job!”

Teacher Training Personal Statements

If you’re applying for postgraduate teacher training starting in 2018 you probably already know that you can search UCAS from Tuesday 24th October and apply from Thursday 26 October 2017.  Hopefully you’ve given your personal statement a lot of thought. We’re already starting to see statements… Continue Reading “Teacher Training Personal Statements”

Routes into Teaching

With UCAS applications for postgraduate teaching opening on Thursday 26th October 2017 we’re currently seeing a lot of students with a range of questions about getting into teaching.  Here’s our quick need to know guide…

Top tips for a teaching job application

This week’s blog has been written by Anthony Lowton from Prospero Teaching, Liverpool.  Prospero Teaching is a specialist, award-winning, teaching agency with dedicated teams of candidate managers, compliance and in-house teacher resources.  If you’re applying for a teaching job here are Anthony’s top tips to… Continue Reading “Top tips for a teaching job application”