Doing what you love makes you happier

5 Mar 2018

At Leeds SCITT we work hard with our students to give them a life of security and happiness. Recent research has shown that a happier life is achieved if you are doing something that ignites your passion, meaning you live happier by doing what you love.

We believe that having a desire to share knowledge, a passion for learning and great communication skills are the paths to be a great teacher who can inspire future generations and also build a wonderful happy career and lifestyle.

Our subjects cover all the key topics that are fundamental to education and follow tried and tested models. if you are looking for a fulfilling career that has the potential to make you happy, take an inventory of your skills and interests, talk to us about career assessments, check out our subject guide and talk to us and our professional tutors for real insight and guidance.

Art and Design – Share your natural creative talent

Computer Science with IT – a passion for all things new in technology

Dance - Do you love movement, rhythm, and have a desire to share your passion?

Design Technology – an interest in resistant materials, food technology or textiles

Drama – Use your unique skills as a performer to inspire

English – Inspire the love of English in others and help them flourish and inspire others

Geography – Expand your knowledge of human and physical geography

History – Learn to use a part of everyday life to expand young minds

Maths – Use your love of numbers, puzzles, and challenges

MFL – Loving the French and Spanish culture?We are specialists

Music – Use your creative and confident music skills to enhance and inspire young people

Religious Education – A desire to help young people explore their own personal spirituality

Science – Introduce fascinating and complex subjects that are the basis of all life

If you are looking for a fantastic future, doing things you love every day then, contact us at Leeds SCITT for a discussion on how we can help you make it happen.

Interested in further happiness research? Check out the references below: