I'm hoping this would make me more employable and with the demand for Maths teacher so high, maybe even help my pay. I have completed Maths up tyo A Level and would interested in Key Stage 3 and Maths.


Having just completed a History PGCE myself, I wouldn't lie and say it has been an easy year. History and Maths are so different that I think that trying to learn and practise the different pedagogies at the same time would probably be extremely difficult! I suggest the same as what other posters here have said - if you think teaching Maths is a better career option then you should opt for teaching Maths instead (the competition for places are slightly less than say for a non-compulsory subject like History, and you also get more money).
Answered by: kuchizuke