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Apply to the University of Nottingham School Direct partnership www.nottingham.ac.uk/education/sdprimary
We work with Partnership Gateway at The University of Nottingham to provide School Direct Teacher Training Programme.
The recruiting year peaks in the Spring Term and all potential applicants are advised to contact us sooner rather than later. Making contact in May or June is likely to be too late to provide a realistic chance of success in joining a training course for the following September.
Working with The University of Hertfordshire, we are keen to train the next generation of newly qualified teachers. With our school’s recent growth it’s important for us to look to the future.
Use the ‘Get into teaching’ link to apply:
School Experience day 2 : Friday 24 th January 2020
Do you want to get into teaching? Our teaching degrees have a strong track record and are highly valued by our students. Our graduates are sought after by schools around the world. We trace our history back to 1837, when David Stow founded one of the first teacher education institutions in the UK.
The Professional Graduate Diploma in Education (PGDE) is the graduate entry route to those who want to become a Primary or Secondary teacher in Scotland. The PGDE is an internationally recognised qualification, newly qualified teachers will be able to apply for qualified teacher status (QTS) or equivalent in their home country.
Kings Norton Girls’ School & Sixth Form
Selly Oak Road
Birmingham, B30 1HW
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Year 11 – 9:30am, Main Drive
Overseas teachers and those teachers who have trained outside of England and Wales will also need to visit the Get into teaching – Department of Education for information on the requirements/qualifications needed to teach in England and Wales.
Schools also choose to advertise on Times Educational Supplement .
We offer major undergraduate courses in Education and in Physical Education, Sport and Health. At postgraduate level we have a growing range of specialist full-time and part-time Master’s courses, including leadership and management in Education, TESOL, and second language learning.
Our teacher education courses prepare postgraduates for work in primary and secondary schools, and are highly-rated by Ofsted. Students spend significant time in schools, working in partnership with mentors and subject specialists.
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Interested in training with us? For more information about School Direct, please click on the link below.
To work in a primary or secondary school as a qualified teacher you should have Qualified Teacher Status (QTS). If you are a graduate, this is usually achieved via a one year Post Graduate Certificate in Education. There are also part-time and flexible PGCE courses available.
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