Premier Pathways - Physics Salaried PGCE
Premier Pathways - Salaried Teacher Training - Physics Graduates required - 'Good' rated Catholic School in Birmingham
If you are a graduate of Physics who is looking for a route into teaching, have you heard about Premier Pathways?
Premier Pathways is an exciting new teacher training programme for exceptional physics graduates that is fully paid throughout the programme. Successful graduates will be able to start on the programme in September 2017
Beginning the programme in a teaching support role, you will receive training and support over the 2 years to become a confident, fully qualified teacher, holding a PGCE & QTS in 2018.
• GBP15,000 pa training salary
• 2-year school-based teacher training programme
• Gain Qualified Teacher Status (QTS) and a PGCE from the University of Buckingham
• Brand new blended learning programme from the nation's leading ITE providers
• Dedicated participant support team and in-school mentoring
• Regular peer networking opportunities
• No experience required
To be considered for this role you must be a highly motivated graduate, who is passionate about teaching and learning. Ideally you will have some experience working with young people and must have a 2:2 or above Hons degree.
We are looking for individuals who: -
*** Have the drive to become an outstanding teacher
*** Show commitment to the programme and your pupils
*** Be a high calibre graduate holding a First or 2:1 degree
*** Be able to self-study
There will be opportunities throughout your teacher training to experience varying standards of teaching which will enable you as an individual to find the environment that suits you best.
Why Premier Pathways over other routes into teaching?
** Constant support from all corners of the network
** Online portfolio tool
** Structured 3 phase system
** Assessment only route
** Blended learning
Take your first step into teaching and click 'Apply Now' and send your CV and covering letter to Neil Poole at EduStaff.
Please note: due to the volume of applications, only successful applicants will be contacted.