Select as many as you want, remembering your target audience are bright students aged 14-16. e.g. for Physics you don't need a master's but you will need to know your neutrons from your neutrinos. For Drama you need to be able to run drama games with excited 14 year-olds at 9am. For Philosophy you might not have specific qualifications, but will be able to run a class on moral dilemmas. 3 subjects is good. 5 is excellent. 7 is suspicious.
Maths Biology Chemistry Physics Computer Programming Business/Economics Psychology Literature Drama Journalism History Politics Philosophy Music
If in doubt, select none.
Sport Public speaking
e.g. "Experience running a theatre club" if you want to teach Drama; "I did A-level economics" or "I did an internship in finance" if you want to teach Economics; "I'm a phys natsci" if you want to teach Maths, Physics and Computer Programming.
This is the most important question, do not be humble. Focus on the very best 1 or 2 things.
Pick one or both
May week ends Friday 23rd June. Unless there is anything you definitely cannot miss, it is best to be available the whole time. Being picky with dates might well stop you getting picked for the team. Finalists, watch out for when you graduate.
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