- TAX FREE BURSARY OR SCHOLARSHIP
- TUITION FEE AND MAINTENACE LOANS
- EXTRA FINANCIAL SUPPORT FOR SPECIFIC CIRCUMSTANCES
An overview of the generous bursaries and scholarships available can be found in the HERE
Alternatively, you could earn a salary while you train Some places are offered through the salaried route, where you are employed by a school and get paid.
5 – 11 age range
11 – 16 age range (with Post 16 experience)
14 – 19 age range (Business and Social Science only)
The course has been carefully structured to guide you through your transformation from a skilled practitioner to a confident teacher within a practical learning environment. Your choice to begin this course was just the beginning of your journey to learn and understand how to capture the observations and curiosity of young, aspiring children.
You will need to meet basic entry requirements before you can be accepted for a training programme
- You’ll need to hold an undergraduate DEGREE awarded by a UK higher education provider, or a recognised equivalent qualification
- You’ll need to have achieved a standard equivalent to grade C/4 or above in GCSE English and Mathematics
- If you intend to train to teach pupils aged 3-11 (early years and primary), you must also have achieved a standard equivalent to a grade C or above in a GCSE Science subject
- Passed the Professional Skills Tests in Literacy and Numeracy
We host and participate in a number of recruitment events throughout the year. We also offer one to one personalised meetings where we are happy to support and discuss your specific requirements. Please contact email@example.com for more information.
A recent survery shows that NQTs feel better prepared for teaching through SCITT training routes!
According to the research, NQTs on school-centred initial teacher training (SCITT) routes were generally more satisfied than those on university-led courses.
SCITT-trained NQTs generally felt their training prepared them better for teaching than those on other routes. They reported better ratings than university routes on 19 of the 21 aspects of teaching the survey asked about.
The SCITT-led postgraduate route garnered the highest satisfaction levels of all, with 89 per cent of NQTs on this route rating the quality of their training as at least seven out of 10.
YOUR FUTURE THEIR FUTURE
Education Secretary Nicky Morgan said;
Teachers play a crucial role in delivering the government’s plan for education and preparing our young people for life in modern Britain.
Teaching has never been more attractive to high achievers, as it is a career that offers great opportunity for progression.
But we want to encourage even more talented people into the profession. Our new teacher recruitment campaign, Your future their future, will play an important role in attracting new people to teaching and encouraging more top graduates to consider training to teach priority subjects like maths and physics. We want the best graduates in the teaching profession, so that young people are inspired by the subjects they love.