Males into Primary Teaching success

Our Males into Primary Teaching conference was a resounding success.

On Thursday 21st April, our annual conference for budding male primary school teachers was held at our FCH campus. We felt it was a real success…but don’t just take our word for it, see what the attendees had to say:

“Thank you for the opportunity yesterday afternoon. It was very beneficial for myself.”

 

“I was very grateful to catch the end of the afternoon yesterday, getting the chance to ask a couple of questions resulted in some useful tips.”

 

“Really enjoyed the day …many thanks for your hospitality!”

 

“My son thoroughly enjoyed the afternoon. It was informative, everything was very well presented and explained and all questions were answered with full, enthusiastic answers.”

We would like to say a special thank you to the student ambassadors. These three young men were very happy to talk about their experiences and their own personal routes into Uni and this really inspired him.

Also, the talk from the local teacher gave an incredible insight into the ups and downs of life as a primary teacher. After hearing this presentation my son was even more inspired and is now more determined than ever to work hard and improve his studies and grades in order for him to achieve his ultimate goal.

Many heartfelt thanks to you and all staff members who helped make this a truly memorable experience for my son, but also myself and my sister.”

If you would like to find out more about getting into teaching, contact us at outreach@glos.ac.uk. If you have a number of students interested in this pathway, book a Why Teach? talk at a time to suit you.

 

 

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