Computing Trainee Teacher
A secondary school in the Bolton area is looking for a Computing Trainee Teacher to join their successful team. This is a long-term to permanent appointment to commence in September 2020. Although an earlier start could be arranged for the right Computing Trainee Teacher.
-Long-term to permanent Computing Trainee Teacher role
-Achieve Qualified Teacher Status (QTS)
-School in the top 20% for progress
-Bolton Area, Greater Manchester
-Salary upwards of £17682
-Fee-free training route
This is an excellent opportunity for a Computing Trainee Teacher looking to work in a Bolton school that is an integral part of the local community. As a school that Ofsted acknowledges to value and celebrate cultural diversity, this academy has made significant progress in supporting their pupils over the last few years. The school now boasts that it is in the top 20% of schools nationally for progress (as of 2019).
The successful Computing Trainee Teacher will be based in a high-performing department which welcomes innovation and new ideas. With access to good resources and through CPD offered at the school, a Computing graduate working here will be able to excel in their career and of course, achieve their Qualified Teacher Status. The timetable will include teaching Computing across Ks3 & 4 with the support of both a Teaching Mentor and Personal Tutor.
Teaching Apprenticeship Programme is currently working in partnership with a large number of secondary schools in Bolton to secure graduates for teacher training in a number of subject areas. In order to be eligible to apply, you must have an undergraduate degree 2.2 or above (Computing-related) in addition to your GCSE-equivalents C or above in Maths and English. Experience is always beneficial, however if you perform well during initial stage of application (CV and phone call) then it is likely you will be invited to take part in a video interview over Zoom in the coming weeks.
Apply now to be considered for ComputingTrainee Teacher and achieve your goal of securing QTS and starting your teaching career.