Trainee Geography Teacher - Nottingham
Are you a geography graduate with ambitions to become a teacher?
Does a fully-paid, flexible route into teaching without ANY tuition fees sound like a good option for you?
Kick start a rewarding career in education as you join this inclusive secondary school in Nottingham as a Trainee Geography Teacher.
Premier Pathways is an exciting new teacher training programme for exceptional graduates that is fully-paid throughout the 2 years of the programme.
Receive training and support over the 2 years to become a confident, fully qualified Primary teacher.
*** £15,000 p.a. 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
About Premier Pathways:
The Graduate Trainee Teacher will undertake a two-year Teacher Training Course in conjunction with the University of Buckingham. The course will be broken up as follows:
• The first two terms will be in a classroom support role to give you an understanding of the school and experience in class.
• The final term will include a minimum of a 50% teaching timetable.
• The second year will see the successful Graduate Trainee Teacher teaching an 80% timetable.
Throughout the Course:
• The course will see the chosen Graduate Trainee Teacher undertaking a combination of online study, mentor observations, university observations, 3 residential study sessions and a 3 week second placement.
All Graduate Trainee Teachers will interview with the school they will be undertaking Premier Pathways through to ensure it is an environment in which you can see yourself develop.
If you can't wait to combine your academic talents with your passion for education, apply for this Premier Pathways Teacher Training role in Nottingham today! Click 'Apply Now' and send your CV and covering letter to Alexandra Morton at EduStaff.
Please note: due to the volume of applications, only successful applicants will be contacted.