Train to Teach in Gloucestershire

Pate’s Grammar School, 27th January 2022, 4.30pm – 7pm

Teaching is undoubtedly a rewarding profession that allows you to make a difference. A true vocation, a career in teaching allows you to inspire the next generation. As a teacher you will be a lifelong learner, with strong job security, many flexible working options and a huge array of career opportunities and prospects. In teaching, no two days are ever the same and the visible results that you see from pupils are guaranteed to send you home each day with a sense of satisfaction and pride.

Gloucestershire is a particularly good area in which to train and work within the profession. The majority of training provision is rated as Outstanding by Ofsted and collaboration between schools in the region is strong – resulting in a wide range of professional development opportunities, in a wide range of school contexts.

Explore how to get into teaching and how to apply for training in Gloucestershire. Meet experts, current teachers and trainees. Drop in anytime to:

  • Discover the teacher training options available in the county
  • Talk to teachers about real life in the classroom
  • Hear the advice & experience of current trainees

Whether you’re ready to apply or just starting to explore a teaching career, don’t miss this opportunity to find out about the courses and entry requirements to train to teach in Gloucestershire.

To register: email

For information: Call Jane Wiles on 01242 538276

Teacher Taster Day at Cirencester Deer Park School

Friday 18th February 2022, 09:00-14:00

Thinking about becoming a secondary school teacher?

Are you interested in teaching? Are you educated to degree level in a relevant subject?

Join us at Cirencester Deer Park School for a free Teacher Taster Day on Friday 18 February 2022, 9am to 2pm, to find out more about teaching as a career.

There will be an opportunity to meet pupils, teachers, student teachers and teacher trainers and get the answers to your questions, such as:

  • How can I train?
  • Where can I train?
  • What qualifications do I need?
  • What funding is available?
  • Is teacher training difficult?
  • Am I the right kind of person to be a teacher?
  • Do I want to teach in a secondary school?

To register your place on our Teacher Taster Day, Friday 18 February, please call 01285 653447 or email Heather Gill at

Cirencester Deer Park School, Stroud Road, Cirencester, GL7 1XB

Teacher Taster Day at Churchdown School Academy

Monday 14th March 2022, 8.45 – 15.00 TBC

Churchdown School Academy is an 11-18, non-selective academy where the aim is ‘to achieve success for all’. Expectations are high and students’ approach to the community and learning is fantastic. Participation in a wide range of educational and life-enriching activities is encouraged and success and individuality celebrated

Come and see what it’s like to work in a school that, challenges students academically and nurture them into fine young adults. Talk to teachers, trainers, mentors and students and find out if teaching is the career for you!

To book your place, contact Trish Church at or on 01452 713340

Churchdown School Academy, Winston Road, Churchdown, Gloucester GL3 2RB

Train to Teach Online Q&A Sessions

New dates coming soon!

Throughout the pandemic, we’ve continued to recruit people to train to teach in the next academic year. While we were unable to run our usual Teacher Taster Days, our online Q&A sessions have offered an excellent chance to meet up and find out about the routes into teaching, the financial help available and get answers to any questions you may have.

Keep an eye on our website for new dates and then book your FREE place on one of our online Q&A sessions. To ensure that everybody gets the opportunity to ask their questions, we limit the number of places available. Hope to see you soon!

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