Science Graduate

Central East London
£15000/annum £15,000 per annum plus FREE PGCE
15 Jun 2017
15 Jul 2017
Contract Type
Full Time
Science Graduate | Salaried Teacher Training Programme | Central East London | September 2017

A superb secondary school and sixth form are searching for ambitious Science Graduates to join their team and train as Science Teachers through the Premier Pathways PGCE Programme.

These opportunities are available to Science Graduates who have qualified with or have been predicted a 2:1 or above Honours degree in a Science based subject.

Premier Pathways is a 2-year graduate to teacher training programme whereby you will receive support and expert direction to become a confident, fully qualified teacher holding a PGCE and QTS. You will start off working as a support within the schools’ Science department; initially working as an Academic Mentor you will develop your own teaching style, learn behaviour management techniques and gradually start to plan and teach your own lessons.

• £15,000 pa training salary
• 2-year school-based teacher training programme
• Gain Qualified Teacher Status (QTS) and a PGCE from the University of Buckingham
• Dedicated participant support team and in-school mentoring
• Regular peer networking opportunities

We are looking for Science Graduates who:

*** Have a desire to train and become an Outstanding Teacher
*** Have a strong academic record and experience working with young people
*** Have strong subject knowledge
*** Can challenge themselves and those around them to excel

These Science Graduate opportunities are available to start in September at a forward-thinking and award winning secondary school located in Central East London. Science Graduates enrolled onto the programme will be supported by an experienced school based mentor and by the Premier Pathways team throughout the duration of the 2-year programme.

If you are a Science Graduate looking to make an impact on the lives of young people then contact Ben Reeves today!

Science Graduate | Premier Pathways | September 2017