We are looking for graduates or career changers with at least three years work experience who have the ambition to become an excellent teacher through the School Direct salaried programme.
Please contact us to discuss your interest in this programme route.
Subjects available for 2019 admission
|Art and Design||39DH||Secondary|
|Design and Technology||39DJ||Secondary|
Salaried trainees are employed by a school offering a salaried training place.
The placement school is responsible for the trainee in all aspects of contractual employment and will issue a contract of employment.
Trainees will start teaching from the start of the course with a progressing WEEKLY teaching timetable as they move through the programme, for example.
|TERM 1||7 Lessons|
|TERM 2||10 Lessons|
|TERM 3||14 Lessons|
Your training is supported in school by experienced teachers and for successful trainees this will lead to QTS recommendation.
All applications for this post are made via UCAS-TT
Salaries will be paid at Point 1 of the UQT Payment Scale in the year of training
For further information please contact email@example.com
Safeguarding Children and Young People
Bluecoat SCITT Alliance is committed to safeguarding and promoting the welfare of children and young people. All staff, and everyone involved in the Bluecoat SCITT Alliance Nottingham trainee placements shares this commitment, and are therefore expected to behave in such a way that supports this commitment.
Appointment to these posts will be subject to the following pre-employment checks: health, identity, relevant work qualifications, right to work in the UK, professional registration (for qualified teaching staff), Disclosure and Barring Service (DBS) check, references and a Childcare Disqualification and Disqualification by Association Declaration (where applicable). A start date for successful applicants will not be confirmed until clearance from all the above checks has been obtained. Please note that the DBS check will reveal all convictions, reprimands, cautions and bindovers even if considered spent within the Rehabilitation of Offenders Act. There is a DBS Code of Practice which governs this process. A copy of the Code of Practice is available at https://www.gov.uk/government/publications/dbs-code-of-practice