Next steps as a newly graduated teacher

Now that you’ve got your degree done and dusted, you’re probably thinking about how you can jump straight into your teaching career. Luckily, there are a number of routes you can take to slide into a role that’s right for you. Find your ideal NQT environment As a recent graduate you’ll need to complete a twelve-month Newly Qualified Teacher (NQT) induction before you can progress any further with your career. Usually, graduates will  complete this in a permanent position, gaining an insight into exactly what their career will be like. While the workload can be hefty and tiring, this option…

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A Year as Editor…

Student Wire is recruiting a new editor; do you think you’ve got what it takes? The industry is a tough place to build yourself and get recognised in. Nowadays, it isn’t about who got what in that degree, but about the experience you have gained along the way, which is where the competition starts. Student Wire is in its sixth year, and is written by students, for students. We are a unique online magazine, which provide lively, relevant and credible features and news about the ups and downs of student life. We offer  elp, advice and tips for students attending…

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PAID STUDENT ROLE: STUDENT WIRE IS RECRUITING A NEW EDITOR!

  Are you a first year student looking for a placement for your CV? Do you want to make some real money? Do you want to work with one of the best agencies in the North? Well this could well be your perfect opportunity then.   One lucky candidate will be hired to take control of Student Wire and will receive commission on sponsored posts and any advertising secured. Plus if you’re lucky, freebies will come flying your way. Want to stand out from your peers? Student Wire is the perfect way to do so. With editor of one of…

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Seven Ways To Make The Most Out Of Your Uni Experience:

University will probably be the best three years of your life, so its important to make the most of it. Just because you’re having fun and week long parties, it doesn’t mean that you can’t focus on your studies. Find a good balance between the two. Enjoy this experience and come out with a great degree. Then you’re a real winner.    1. Talk to everyone and anyone This is the perfect time to step out of your comfort zone and push yourself into new things. By talking to anyone this will help you make new friends and create a…

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The Trials Of Getting Work Experience

The job market is fierce. You don’t need to be told that. I am sure you’re reminded of it by a well-meaning relative who doesn’t understand why you went to university, every time you go home. Along with a good degree, employers are wanting more from students than ever before; extracurricular activities, volunteering, sports and of course, the dreaded work experience. The expectations that students might have completed a placement or two over the summer is slightly unlikely. But that students will undergo hours of tea making and printing in order to put multiple placements on their CV. With the…

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