Consider becoming a teacher of a high-demand subject area and enjoy a range of career-enhancing opportunities in NSW public schools.
Mathematics teachers in NSW public schools teach a common course to students in Years 7 to 8 and a range of courses to students in Years 9 to 12. Explore mathematics teaching.
Science (with physics) teachers
Science teachers in NSW public schools teach science as an integrated subject to students in Years 7 to 10 and a range of science courses to students in Years 11 to 12, including biology, chemistry, earth and environmental science, physics and senior science. Science teachers who are approved to teach physics are in high-demand in NSW public schools. Explore physics teaching.
Technological and applied studies (TAS) teachers in NSW public schools teach a range of subjects including agriculture, industrial technology, design and technology, engineering studies, food technology, and software design. Students in NSW public schools complete a mandatory technology course in Years 7 and 8. TAS teachers who are approved to teach design and technology in combination with engineering studies or industrial technology (timber, metal or graphics) are in high-demand in NSW public schools. Explore TAS teaching.
Special and inclusive education teachers
Special and inclusive education teachers are qualified to teach students (Kindergarten to Year 12) who have additional learning and support needs. They develop and deliver specialised learning programs for students who have a range of disabilities and learning difficulties. Explore special and inclusive education teaching.
School counsellors are experienced teachers who have an accredited degree in psychology and post-graduate qualifications in school counselling. They work with students of all ages and their families, from Kindergarten to Year 12. Their work includes counselling students, assessing students' learning and behaviour, helping families make informed decisions about their child's education, identifying impediments to students' learning and liaising with external agencies regarding students' wellbeing. Explore school counselling.