The Secondary Teaching Pathway is ideal if you intend to qualify as a Secondary school teacher (11-16 with post 16 enhancement). This route into teaching is very flexible – you won’t have to take your interview for a place on the PGCE if you change your mind in three years time. Education (Secondary Teaching Pathway) has to be studied as part of a combined course. You'll study Education (Secondary Teaching Pathway) alongside your specialist subject. We prepare you to work with learners of all ages within the education sector and beyond. You’ll graduate with the knowledge and skills to work in educational and training advisory roles in a range of organisations including businesses, local authorities, non-government organisations, charities, museums, art galleries and libraries. We believe that education is about change and we hope that you are coming into it to be an active participant. We also want you to be a thoughtful and informed citizen who knows about the world and the society in which you live. This Study of Religions course is about understanding; you’ll explore and analyse religious traditions and beliefs including the major faiths and more recent as well as contemporary religious movements. We welcome students who belong to a religious tradition and those who don’t. The course is distinctive in giving you the opportunity to engage with practitioners across traditions, through visits to and placements with religious communities, mosques, temples and churches.