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The Reading Classical Latin course roughly equates to a GCSE and the second level course roughly to AS Level. A PGCE place for Classics would normally be awarded for a minimum of AS Level, so in theory, you should be alright. Most schools would expect you to teach Latin at A-Level in order to hire you.
Hope that helps.
Thanks Rachel. It does help.
You could just do what I am doing - set up your own department in school next academic year
NyukaBeing a English teacher is not easy, but come on!
Abercrombie will support you!
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