Train to Teach Primary

Brent, North West London
£14000 - £16000/annum £30,000
15 Jun 2017
15 Jul 2017
Contract Type
Full Time
Train to Teach Primary – School Based, Paid PGCE

Perhaps you have just finished your degree and now want to gain experience as a classroom assistant?

Maybe you want to train to teach Primary students but think it is too late to apply for this September?

Could it be that tuition fees are putting you training courses?

Then why not train to teach Primary students through Buckingham University’s School Based PGCE, Premier Pathways:

• No Tuition Fees
• Gain experience and progress over two years
• Paid throughout the course
• Finish with a PGCE, QTS and Masters Credits
• Train to Teach Primary in a local Primary School to you!

Does this sound like an ideal route into teaching?

The PGCE and training will be provided by the University of Buckingham. The 2-year training programme is split across 3 phases resulting in QTS and a PGCE:

Phase One: Taking your first steps to train to teach Primary, the first 2 terms will allow you to develop your pupil interaction skills in a Teaching Assistant or Learning Mentor role. As a Graduate Trainee Teacher at this school your role will include supporting the class as well as teaching in small groups of students.

Phase Two: During the final term of year 1, the Trainee Teacher will be given a 50% timetable. This will introduce you to planning lessons and marking books at a pace that is manageable.

Phase Three: The Second year sees you take an 80% timetable at the school. You will be supported by an academic mentor at the school and given three University Training sessions at the University of Buckingham. The training takes place over the half term periods and accommodation will be provided!

To be eligible for this course, you will need the following:

• Degree with a 2:2 or higher
• ‘C’ grade in English, Science and Maths at GCSE
• Ability to demonstrate why you want to train to teach Primary

Train to teach Primary now and apply today! send your CV over to Richard Rawlings at EduStaff today