Nottingham is a city in central England’s Midlands region. It’s known for its role in the Robin Hood legend and for the Nottingham Castle Museum and Art Gallery. The Lace Market area, once the centre of the world’s lace industry is now the creative quarter home to upmarket bars and a great selection of restaurants. Wollaton Hall is not to be missed with its ornate Elizabethan mansion with gardens and deer park.
Nottingham/shire is located right at the heart of the UK – making travel to other parts of the country a lot easier.
By train: It takes less than 2 hours to get to London or Birmingham by train. There are regular direct trains to St Pancras International. Nottingham train station is conveniently located within walking distance of the city centre, or there are other popular train stations in Beeston, Loughborough and Carlton.
By bus or coach: If you are travelling to Nottingham by bus or coach, you will arrive outside the train station or outside the popular shopping destination, Victoria Centre which is in the heart of the city.
If you wish to go further afield you can fly all over the world from East Midlands Airport
- Nottingham has two of the best Teacher Training Universities in the country, and lots of School based routes into teaching.
- The majority of our Primary and Secondary Schools have been rated ‘Outstanding’ or ‘Good’ by Ofsted.
- Nottingham is the 8th most deprived District in England, with 34.5% of children living in income deprived households. A child’s socio-economic background plays a huge part in how much of their potential they go on to achieve- an inspiring teacher changes lives
Teach in Nottingham. You will make a difference every day.