Goodman Masson are proud to be supporting Now Teach.
Lucy Kellaway, a pioneer in her field, left her role as an FT Columnist to train as a Teacher. Lucy then set up NowTeach in 2016 to support people who have already had one successful career to retrain as teachers. Her aim is to start a movement of Senior Professionals redeploying their skills in the classroom and teaching the children who need it the most.
Now Teach can be part of the solution of the current teacher recruitment crisis. Bringing older people into the classrooms, brings wisdom, experience of the world and careers advice to the children.
Below you can take a look at case studies, the Now Teach Brochure and visit their website for more information.
Now Teach believe that bringing different generations together for the mutual benefit of both will play a role in eradicating inequality in education - something that we are more than happy to get behind!
Justin Abel, 57, tells his story of how after 35 years with a career in Financial Services, he decided to make the move into teaching. Justin talks about his life before, why he decided to make the move and the learning curve that he embarked upon. Read here.
Click here to access the full Now Teach website. You can find out more about their programme, their thinking behind it and find out how you can express your interest.
It's never too late to start a new career. Download the Now Teach recruitment brochure to learn about how you can apply and to hear from people who took that leap into teaching. Click here to download.