PGCE and Student Learning

How to enjoy the teaching experience
  • Start your journey with others in the same position

  • Find out what qualifications are best for you?

  • Hear from teachers already doing the job

  • Advice on what recruiters look for

  • Develop resources with us

  • Learn with other students

  • Regular support


Learn from us...

At Teacher Central we've all been through the teaching process so we not only know how to make the journey less stressful but also how to bring you the best of resources to you that will help you along the way.


From choosing the best course for you, to supporting you with your career progression, we at Teacher Central will be with you as long as you need us you all of the way so that you can get the best out of this amazing career choice.

Grow with us...

We will provide you with free resources and keep you informed on better ways to get the best out of this experience. From online videos to personal stories, we will be there from beginning to receiving your qualification.


But it doesn't stop there, all student learners will be able to get free access to Teacher Central so you can continue to get the best learning from seasoned professionals and others that have just started their teaching experience. 

Share with us...

Teacher Central is not only about learning from others,  but it's also about sharing your own experiences with others if you want to. So as we learn together, there will also be opportunities throughout the learning process to reach out to others.


In 2019 we begin to develop our PGCE training section of Teacher Central. Join our community and help us develop having an input on how we put this together. Get involved by telling us what you need, so we can all learn and grow together.

'A great resource for tips and ideas on teaching strategies and ideas. Highly recommended!'

Tim Wormald
Rivers Academy West London


'This is an invaluable resource. I signpost all NQT's and teachers new to the subject to it, in fact anyone who is serious about teaching.'

Kathy Callaghan
Health and Wellbeing
Saffron Valley Collegiate