Graduate Trainee Teacher - Primary | London East, London
Primary, KS1 or KS2
Graduate Trainee Teacher – Primary (KS2)
Start Date – 1st September 2020
Do you want to achieve the highest accreditation available for beginning teachers whilst developing your expertise within one school? Premier Pathways are proud to be working with an Ofsted ‘GOOD’ primary school to secure a trainee teacher for their Early Years for our ITT programme.
Premier Pathways offers you a robust 2-year route in to gaining QTS
• £15,600 in Year 1 and £17,550 in Year 2
• Tuition fee’s covered!
• PGCE with 60 Masters credits & QTS
• Accredited by the University of Buckingham
About the school:
This thriving 2 forms of entry primary school have children that are happy and enjoy coming to the school. The leadership team is dynamic and supportive where you are encouraged to be courageous and learn from mistakes. There are opportunities for career development in this school and within their trust of partner schools. The school’s ethos is one of respect, value and investment – not only in the students but also in the staff. Situated in the Hainault area of the borough, they have parking in and around the site and can be reached in under 10 minutes’ walk from a Zone 4 central line station.
If you are a passionate aspiring teacher – we would like to hear from you.
The successful trainee teacher will:
Be able to relate to children of all abilities, in particular younger children of the early years setting (4-5 years old). You need lots of enthusiasm, imagination and creativity in this phase to help develop their young minds. The EYFS phase are the unsung heroes of primary education – why you ask? There is a lot of work that must go into this phase to get children ready to transition to KS1 and meet their developmental milestones. Do you have what it takes to help set the foundations?
• You will hold a good bachelor’s degree
• Have a GCSE Grade C or 4 in Mathematics, Science and English Language
• Be passionate about teaching and making a difference to young people
• Have the presence and character to relate to students of all ages and abilities.
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.