If you’re considering teaching but aren’t sure which route and qualification is for you, then let us introduce you to the Graduate Teacher Programme.
It combines a PGCE for the theoretical understanding, a Postgraduate Teacher Apprenticeship for the practical experience, QTS for the industry standard and Level 7 credits to support further professional development. It’s completely free, plus you’ll get a salary of £21,582.
You’ll be in a school local to you; you’ll be learning from world-class leaders in the field.
This is the future of teacher training and we want you to join us.
The National College of Education has partnered with a large secondary school in Ilford, East London who are looking for graduates to join them in April on the Graduate Teacher Programme.
This is a Trainee Computer Science Teacher position, so if you are a Computer Science Graduate with a desire to teach, read on.
- £21,582 per annum
- Absolutely no tuition fees
- PGCE with level 7 credits, PGTA (Post Graduate Teacher Apprenticeship), and QTS
- Accredited by our University partner
- 15 months to start in April 2021
- Support from in-school mentor, university tutor and NCE
- Trainee Computer Science Teacher - Computer Science Graduate
- Supportive and well-established secondary in Ilford, East London
- High expectations around behaviour and effort, all abilities are nurtured here
- Excellent progress made by all pupils in academic and extracurricular endeavours
Your Trainee Computer Science Teacher Role in School
- Joining a small and friendly Computer Science Department
- Focus on practical application of technology and the building blocks behind it
- Teaching a small timetable and gradually building up to more responsibility
Trainee Computer Science Teacher:
- Undergraduate degree in Computer Science or closely related discipline
- GCSE Grade C or 4 in English, Science and Maths
- Confident in your ability to work whilst studying on the programme
- Right to work in the UK full-time
- Ideally has prior experience with pupils (voluntary or paid work)
The School says: "Pupils are introduced to a wide range of technology from early on, and they continually practice and improve their skills through the use of programs such as Logo and Kodu, with our higher level pupils on Python.’’
If you want to inspire the next generation of computer scientist, we want to hear from you.
Apply for this Trainee Computer Science Teacher opportunity by sending your CV to Edmund Young at the National College of Education today.
The National College of Education are committed to safeguarding and promoting the welfare of children and young people. Therefore, all applicants will be subject to our stringent vetting procedures, which include an enhanced DBS, full work history, references, and a consultation interview.
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