School Direct STEM salaried - Secondary part-time
We will be offering a new flexible salaried route for:
Mathematics UCAS code 2QQT
Physics UCAS code 2PDY
The programme for this flexible salaried route will lead to QTS qualification with the Cambridge Teaching School Network Training Partnership (CTSN) SCITT, over two years. It is aimed at high quality candidates who are career changers and who favour a part-time teacher training programme that is flexible enough to meet their personalised needs.
The rigorous recruitment selection and induction process ensures that trainees are well-matched to placement schools and that they make early progress. You will be employed by a CTSN partnership school for two years ( 2017-2018 and 2018-2019.) You will also have a contrasting serial placement in another CTSN partnership school in year 2 of the course.
Training through CTSN will provide access to:
- Lots of experience of teaching on the job working in partnership schools
- Access to support from highly experienced subject-specific mentors
- An academically rigorous programme of professional assignments
- A professional studies programme that utilises key strengths from all contrasting partnership schools and allows you the opportunity to work alongside the full time salaried cohort
- Support from senior staff both within your own placement school and across the partnership
- An individual and flexible training programme
- A minimum of a 2.2 degree and at least 50% of your degree in the subject you wish to teach at secondary level
- A "C" grade or above in English and Maths GCSE
- To have passed the QTS skills tests in English and Maths before starting the course (not before interview)
- Three years work experience prior to or after University
- Five 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 record check
There are no fees for this course. You will be employed by a partnership school on the first run of the unqualified teachers pay spine for two years on a part time basis. Payment will be spread evenly over the two years
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 2016. 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 co- director of the Teaching School Alliance Anne O'Reilly firstname.lastname@example.org
As this new course is part of a pilot scheme and part funded by the Department of Education (DfE) the DfE intends to evaluate the course and the potential benefits to those who participate in it as well as the wider education sector. To enable them to do this we will provide the minimum information necessary to them to carry out their evaluation. DfE or a contracted organisation working on its behalf may also:
- Contact you to ask about your experiences of the training. Please note that, if contacted, you will be under no obligation to take part. If you do, you will not be identified in any results of the evaluation and you can ask not to participate or change your mind at any time
- Link information you provide in your application form with other information about you which DfE already holds or to which it is lawfully permitted access. This is to identify for example what kinds of qualifications participants to this training go on to achieve and how long they stay in teaching without having to contact you repeatedly to ask you to update your information
DfE's use of the information we share with them or it's contracted partner will have no influence on the outcome of your application or your participation in the training and DfE's findings will not identify you or any other applicants/participants. Any personal data shared with the DfE will be handled securely and only accessed for the purposes of the evaluation of teacher training, recruitment and retention. You can find out more information about DfE at www.gov.uk/dfe
If you have any questions about how the DfE will use your information please contact STEM.email@example.com