Maths Apprentice Teacher
Maths Apprentice Teacher – Paid QTS Teacher Training – Greater London
Do you have a passion for Mathematics and a yearning to influence the future generations in their studies? By training to teach maths at secondary level, you’ll be embarking on a career that offers more than just exceptional job satisfaction. You’ll also get to help young people conquer a skill integral to their long-term success. As a Maths Apprentice Teacher you will benefit from the support of educators with an established career in your subject area; you’ll learn the best ways to engage pupils and make maths enjoyable, ensuring they have the skills they’ll need for years to come. You’ll be teaching across a range of ages and abilities every day. Your training will enable you to switch seamlessly between introducing algebra, to teaching the intricacies of trigonometry to older students.
Benefits of Teaching Apprenticeship Programme
- Starting salary of anywhere upwards of £21,004 (Inner London)
- Achieve Qualified Teacher Status (QTS)
- Start in April 2020 – don’t wait until September!
- Fee-Free Route – no course tuition fees
- Minimal written coursework
- Experience-Based Teacher Training
Securing a role training as a Maths Apprentice Teacher under the Teaching Apprenticeship Programme means you will take advantage of the above benefits as well as gaining from a programme that enables you to develop your teaching skills by working with and teaching students in the classroom. Working with your very own Personal Tutor and a school based mentor with years of teaching experience behind them, the apprenticeship will ensure you are supported throughout your time on this Salaried Teacher Training programme.
We are accepting applications for graduates hoping to start teacher training in April 2020 – meaning you will have achieved your Qualififed Teacher Status by April 2021. If you meet the below minimum requirements then submit an application today and should you application be successful we will be in touch regarding placement once an available opportunity becomes available.
- 2.2 Undergraduate degree in a relevant subject area
- GCSE’s C or above in Maths and English
- Eligibility to work in the UK full-time
- Experience working with or volunteering with younger learners is prefered but not essential