With the end of the year now in sight, we're taking some time out to look back on teaching in Portsmouth during 2020.
We caught up with Councillor Suzy Horton, Cabinet Member for Children, Families and Education at Portsmouth City Council as she shares her thoughts on teaching in the city over the past year.
Writing a personal statement is a key part of the teacher training application process.
We spoke to one of Portsmouth's teacher training providers for top tips and advice on creating a personal statement that will make you stand out from the crowd.
Every year, the Department for Education sets out the amount available for post graduate teacher training courses.
Our latest article provides an update on financial incentives available to support teacher training courses starting in September 2021.
As a qualified teacher, you might be considering what to do next. Do I look at opportunities within my subject area? Or look to progress on to a senior leadership role?
We've put together some information that might help you make a decision.
The Teach Portsmouth team understand that teachers, at all stages of their career, can choose where they want to teach.
If you're considering the profession, returning to it, or thinking about your first teaching role in the city, Teach Portsmouth could help you explore opportunities to teach in Portsmouth.
Portsmouth, 'the great waterfront city,' is surrounded by miles of coastline to enjoy and explore.
Stretching from Old Portsmouth to Eastney Beach, Southsea has miles of beachfront to enjoy. A trip to the seaside is a great way to explore this part of Portsmouth's coastline - whatever the weather!
Have you ever wondered what it would be like to live, work and play in Portsmouth?
The Teach Portsmouth team spend a lot of time out and about meeting people who are thinking about starting a new and exciting career teaching in Portsmouth. One of the things we love talking about – along with the amazing reasons to teach in the city - are all the things there are to do and see here.