West Suffolk College is working in collaboration with Suffolk and Norfolk SCITT (School Centred initial teaching training) to train and develop future teachers/lecturers in Chemistry, Physics and Computing. Suffolk and Norfolk SCITT is a high-quality teacher-training provider who offer a range of school-based routes into teaching. Suffolk and Norfolk SCITT is the largest provider in the country based on the number of trainees on the school based teacher training routes.
This opportunity will give you the potential to earn a very attractive tax free bursary meaning you can earn up to £28,000 (depending on the area you wish to teach) alongside gaining classroom hands on teaching experience this will therefore give you the opportunity to stand out from the crowd once your qualification is gained. You do not even have to have a degree in the above subjects, however, you will need to prove that you have an interest/other qualifications in which area you choose to teach in.
We are looking for inspiring and ambitious future teachers to train at West Suffolk College, which is one of the top 5% of colleges in the UK.
With these opportunities, we are looking to attract driven, innovative candidates/students with a creative mind-set who have the ability to engage students and drive forward their education. You will be integral in ensuring that our students receive an exceptional experience whilst working closely with our lecturers and management team.
Please note that to apply for these opportunities you must hold a Maths and English GCSE (Grade 4 above or equivalent), BA Honours degree level or equivalent.
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