School of Education

Becoming a History Teacher

A02 Humanities Building, University Park Campus
Wednesday 12th October 2022 (13:00-14:00)
No need to register, just come along on the day. Please email Vic Crooks if you have any questions about this event.

Do you love history and want to make it come alive for young people?

Come and meet Vic Crooks, Admissions Tutor for the secondary PGCE history course. Vic will discuss how to apply for teacher training and start yourself on the path to developing exciting historical enquiry led learning through which children encounter history in meaningful and engaging ways that make a difference to their understanding of the world.

Why train to teach at Nottingham?

  • We are ranked in the top 50 worldwide for education in the QS World University Rankings by Subject 2022
  • Over 95% of our teacher training graduates secure employment as teachers
  • The programmes inspected during our last visit from Ofsted were rated 'Outstanding' - read the full report
  • You will be taught by academics who are all experienced teachers and who are recognised nationally and internationally for their work
  • We work in partnership with excellent schools across the East Midlands in Nottinghamshire, Derbyshire and Leicestershire, enabling you to gain a broad experience of different educational settings

This lunch-time session will explain the course structure, content and the support you will recieve whilst training and as an Early Careers Teacher (ECT).

More information can also be found on the History PGCE course on our teacher training website.

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University of Nottingham
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Nottingham, NG8 1BB

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