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WE HAVE MOVED!

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If you are here, you have our old address! Please click the link below to visit our new site!

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Career of the Week:  
Teacher of English to Speakers of Other Languages


What the job entails:

Teachers of English to speakers of other languages (TESOL) help people learn how to speak, read, and write English. They work in the UK and abroad. TESOL teachers work with people who want to learn English for all sorts of different reasons. They may be adults who need to use English in their work. They may be groups of teenagers, who come to the UK to do a short course on improving their English. Some people they teach may already be living in the UK, but do not have English as their first language.


Routes and choices while at school:

You will need a good general education if you want to be a TESOL teacher. Many people who go into this work have a degree. The first thing to do is to get a range of GCSEs at grades C or 5 or better, or equivalent. English is particularly important but you will need maths, too, for some courses. One or more modern foreign languages would be very useful.

Pay:

Pay when starting is about £14,000 to £18,000 per year. When experienced, it is about £17,000 to £25,000. For experts with a lot of experience, pay can rise to £30,000 or more.



If you have any careers queries or would like to discuss any aspects of careers in more detail, please see Mrs Halford at Student Services.


 
Careers Resources & Information

The school views educational attainment as a key determinant of students’ life chances and employment opportunities. We seek to develop a passion for lifelong learning through the provision of a dynamic and challenging curriculum, which meets the needs of all learners by developing relevant knowledge and skills that promote employability.

Outstanding careers education and guidance is integral to preparing students to make informed choices about their education within school and after they leave.

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The Deputy Headteacher and Head of Learning Year 11 are responsible for careers and the work related programmes and are responsible to the Headteacher.   This area is supported by a Governor.  

Alll staff contributes to CEAIG through their roles: Head of Years and Pastoral Leaders, Tutors, PSHE Co-ordinators, Directors of Learning, and the Librarian.  


Curriculum

Planned careers education delivered through PSHE during tutor time.  

Events, visits, working lunches, challenges, external speakers.

Taster days.  

Work experience opted into by parents due to removal of funding.

The programme is supported by various agencies including: Aim Higher, Highbury College, Fareham College and other local Colleges, Paragon, HTP and other Training Providers, Local Businesses, SETNET, University of Chichester.

The school works in partnership with the PCC and IYTSS to fulfil the statutory duties for groups learners with special needs and those needing specialist advice.

Every Thursday there is a Careers Advisor in school meeting with the Year 11s talking through their career aspirations.

On a weekly basis the Senior Prefect Team provide the 'Career of the Week' for the student bulletin informing students what GCSE qualifications they need to achieve at school and subsequent qualification routes e.g College, University.


Useful Information


A to Z of Careers

Post 16 Choices

What are my Options

College Calendar 2017-2018

Voluntary Work


Apprenticeships


Finding an Apprenticeship 2017-2018

Subject Specific Careers Information Leaflets

Art & Design

Biology

Business & Finance

Chemistry

Children & Young People

Dance & Drama

Employability Skills from Subjects

English

Food & Catering

Geography

Health & Social Care

History

IT

Law

Leisure & Tourism

Mathematics

Media Studies

Music

Physics

Religious Education

Resistant Materials

Sport

!WE HAVE MOVED!

WE HAVE MOVED!

St Edmund's has launched it's new Website!

If you are here, you have our old address! Please click the link below to visit our new site!

www.saintedmunds.org.uk

o O o

Please note, This Site is now Archived - No Content will be updated or added to.