Physics Trainee Teacher
If you’re a graduate of Physics (or within this field) and looking for a teacher training programme that enables you to earn a salary in addition to experiencing life inside the classroom, then Teaching Apprenticeship Programme could be the route for you!
We are working in collaboration with a trust of schools in and around the Greater London and Kent area, supporting each with their recruitment of trainee teachers with placements starting in April 2021. This particular placement opportunity, of Physics Trainee Teacher, is for the trust’s school in Crayford of Dartford, and will see the successful applicant working within the classroom, teaching their own lessons and building a portfolio to secure QTS (Qualified Teacher Status) in 12 months.
The school values aspiration and achievement, personal responsibility, self-discipline and mutual respect. Behaviour and development were judged Good by Oftsed in addition to effectiveness of the leadership at the school. The report also made reference to this stating: “The curriculum makes a strong contribution to pupils’ personal development. Pupils benefit from many enrichment opportunities, visits and visitors, and a good programme of personal, social, health and economic education. Leaders thus prepare pupils well for their future lives in modern Britain.”
With local transport links, the school is accessible by road or public transport. As a Physics Trainee Teacher, you can expect to gain experience across year groups and key stages throughout your twelve month programme. Additionally, you will have access to excellent resources throughout your year as an apprentice and discounted public transport as an apprentice. In addition to your salary for the year, TAP is also a fee-free route to QTS – meaning you don’t have to pay any tuition fees!
The successful Physics Trainee Teacher will be someone who can meet the below requirements:
– Completed a Bachelor of Honours in Physics or similar field (2.2 or above minimum)
– Right-to-work full-time in the UK; you need to have been an ordinary resident here in the UK for the last three years
– Passionate about teaching and good subject knowledge in Physics
– Excellent teaching/presentation/tuition skills – you will be teaching!
– GCSE’s C or above in English and Maths
– Seeking responsibility and further experience within the classroom
This is an excellent opportunity for a Physics Trainee Teacher looking to begin or further their career in a hard-working school community. Applications are encouraged from experienced Teaching Assistants or Tutors who are looking to secure their QTS, or also from newly-graduated individuals looking to kick start their career.
What they can offer you:
-Physics Trainee Teacher role
-Salary – Upwards of £18,169
-A wonderfully diverse learning community to learn and train to teach in
-An exceptional teacher training programme over 12 months (QTS qualification)
-Fee-free alternative to University-based routes
-Continuous development and support from a Tutor and Teaching Mentor
Apply now to be considered for interviews!