Trainee Teacher | Trainee Primary Teacher
Interview w/c 2nd March
Start Date – 1st September 2020
Are you looking for a fully salaried teacher training route?
Do you want to achieve the highest accreditation available for beginning teachers whilst developing your expertise within the support of one school? Premier Pathways are proud to be working with Saxon Way Primary to secure a trainee KS2 primary teacher for our two-year ITT programme.
Premier Pathways offer you:
£14,040 in Year 1 and £15,795 in Year 2
Full PGCE with 60 Masters credits + QTS with the University of Buckingham
Full time for two years
Absolutely no tuition fees
About the School:
The school is set in ample grounds with modern buildings and facilities, Saxon Way serves the local community and is proud of its strong pastoral system which ensures each child is known and understood. The schools deliver the broadest provision that widens minds and opportunities and the highest standards of achievement both inside and outside of the classroom.
Students will develop their individual strengths and skills and build the integrity, self-discipline, decision- making and resilience necessary to their own success and that of others. Students will follow a curriculum that both gives them a firm foundation in the disciplines that support all learning, including exceptional English and mathematics provision.
The successful candidate will:
Be able to relate to children of all abilities, some may present challenging learning or social behaviours. You must be empathetic and understanding, be approachable but maintain a professional distance. You will be able to defuse rather than confront and be able (in time) to design and deliver engaging and purposeful lessons.
Hold a good bachelor’s degree
Have a GCSE Grade C or 4 in Mathematics and English Language
Be passionate about teaching and making a difference to young people
Have the presence and character to relate to the students at Saxon Way Primary School
Premier Pathways 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 face-to-face interview.