Have you considered training as an RE Teacher?
The Government has reintroduced training bursaries this year – up to £9,000 for those with a first or a PhD.
You don’t need to have a theology degree. And while subject requirements do vary according to the PGCE course provider, graduates may still be able to train as an RE teacher and qualify for a bursary if their subject is one of the following: Cultural Studies, Law, Anthropology, Psychology, Sociology, History, Philosophy, Politics, Social Policy, Humanities, or Criminology. There are also a number of development courses available to boost subject knowledge, including the online booster course at www.teachre.co.uk.
For more information, go to www.teachre.co.uk/beyondtheordinary/.