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Hear from our inspirational teachers who have made the leap in career change later in life.
"Now Teach demonstrated that someone wanted people like me as teachers, and it offered a structured way to train, and a network to belong to, which felt reassuring." French & MFL infomation.
At aged 51, Emma Barker was diagnosed with the neurological condition attention deficit hyperactivity disorder (ADHD). This made her reflect on her career choices and realise she wanted to find a job that gives back in some way. MFL, French and supply teacher details.
Mark Jobling left his tech role in the banking sector to teach biology and maths to teenagers. You can read more about his experience and why he thinks doing something new is good for the soul.
"My motivation has always been to encourage social mobility." Khasruz Zaman, Maths teacher.
"I had spent over 30 years in IT and was an Executive Partner at IBM - I was as the top of my game. So I decided to become a maths teacher."
"I was 53 and working as a strategy consultant when I started looking into teaching. I wanted to play a valuable role in society." Stephen King, History Teacher.
I worked full time for three years as a tutor to home-schooled children in a classroom environment and this experience piqued my interest in teaching. Becky Clark, Maths Teacher Croydon.
Teaching had been in the back of my mind for a few years. When I became a school governor I was inspired by brilliant people passionate about education.
Now Teach helped me navigate changing career during Covid by giving me lots of advice and always being available to book in a call.