School Direct (salaried) Secondary - QTS
For 2018-19 we are offering places on the School Direct (salaried) programme with our ITT provider The Cambridge Teaching Schools Network SCITT (CTSN) in the following subjects:
- Computer Science UCAS code 28PC
- Physics UCAS code 28Q6
- Mathematics UCAS code 28Q4
- Chemistry UCAS code 2PGY
In our School Direct (salaried) programme with Cambridge Teaching Schools Network you will:
- Have a main placement school, and be part of the teaching team
- Have a shorter second placement in another school to see another way of working
- Have an Individual Training Plan to allow for a tailored and personalised approach
- Work closely with a school-based trained subject mentor and professional tutor
- Have additional subject specialist input
- Attend regular training sessions about broader educational issues (Professional studies) where you meet and work with the other training teachers on the School Direct Programme, salaried and non-salaried
- Be awarded Qualified Teacher Status to teach Key stages 3 and 4 on successful completion of the programme
- 2.2 degree with at least 50% of your degree in the subject you wish to teach
- GCSE grade C or above in English and Maths
- A pass in the Professional Skills Tests in Literacy and Numeracy before starting the course
- Work Experience - to qualify for the salaried route you must have had three years work experience prior to or after university and at least 5 days work experience in a state secondary school. This can be in the process of being arranged at the application stage
- Successful applicants will be required to complete a health questionnaire and complete a Disclosure and Barring Service (DBS) and criminal records check
NCTL provides funding to lead schools to cover training costs to achieve qualified teacher status (QTS) and subsidise the trainee’s salary. Trainees will not need to pay fees to cover the cost of the QTS award.
Further Bursary awards:
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How to apply:
Applications for teacher training are made via UCAS. Our reference code is 1JD.
Applications are made on the UCAS website. You will be able to search courses from 10 October 2016 and apply from 18 October 2016. You can select 3 choices at the same time under Apply 1 for any route into teaching. Once your application is submitted training providers have 40 working days to make a decision and inform you. If interested providers will call you for interview so be prepared to have 3 full days of interviews in this 40 day period. You then have 10 days to make a decision whether to accept one of the offers or not.
If you do not get a place in Apply 1 or you declined your offers, you can then apply in the Apply 2 round which starts in November 2017. In Apply 2 you can make an unlimited number of choices, but only one at a time.
If you have any queries relating to School Direct please contact the Director of the Teaching School Alliance, Anne O'Reilly firstname.lastname@example.org