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If you are interested in teaching you can take your first steps into teaching by registering with Get into Teaching and gain support and advice from the Department of Education - https://getintoteaching.education.gov.uk/
What are the Rewards of teaching?
As most teachers will tell you, there’s no such thing as a ‘typical’ day at work. That’s because no two days are the same – you’re unlikely ever to be bored by a lack of variety. It’s also a career that offers great benefits, opportunities for you to use a wide range of skills and inspire students in the subject you love.
You may remember a truly brilliant teacher from school who made a real difference to your life. As a teacher you can use your knowledge and passion for your subject to help children unlock capabilities and talents that they didn’t even know they had. You’ll develop a wide range of transferable skills for yourself in the process, too.
In addition to planning and teaching a range of engaging lessons, you can indulge in your hobbies and interests as part of your work by getting involved in after-school clubs, trips or sport.
As a newly qualified teacher, you’ll begin on a salary of at least £24,373, or £30,480 in inner London. As you rise up the pay ranges, you could earn as much as £121,749 as a headteacher, in inner London.
The opportunities for career progression as a teacher are plentiful. This includes the possibility of rapid progression into a leadership role. As your career progresses, so will your salary – in fact, the average salary for all full- and part-time leadership group teachers is £58,881.
Yorkshire Wold Teacher Training has produced a "Get into Teaching" video
East Riding Council are currently encouraging more teachers to consider teaching in the area - Teacheastriding.co.uk and to help inspire the next generation of teachers they have created a number of video case studies. Why not check out some of the below: