Calling all Physics Graduates seeking Teacher Training

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Premier Pathways Trainee Physics Teacher – Chelmsford

Are you an aspiring Secondary Physics teacher?

Would you like to join a school-based, salaried teacher training programme that will award you a PGCE and QTS as a Physics teacher over a two-year period?

A fantastic opportunity for an ambitious Trainee Physics Teacher is being offered in this top secondary school in Chelmsford.

Exceptional Graduates who have a Physics or closely linked degree will have the perfect academic background for this role. Graduates who do not have a degree in a Physics related field but do have an A-Level in Physics are also encouraged to apply.

If you are dedicated to becoming a secondary Physics teacher and are looking to complete your teacher training in Chelmsford, then this position could be just the ticket.

• Exceptional Graduates Considered in Physics (or related degrees)
• Secondary School in Chelmsford
• Two-year PGCE programme starting in September 2020
• PGCE through the University of Buckingham’s Outstanding School of Education
• Exceptional opportunity for top graduates looking to train as Physics teachers
• Forward-thinking Secondary School
• Excellent mentoring from Outstanding Teachers and Senior Leaders
• Ideally looking for graduates with a 1st or 2:1 degree in Physics
• No university fees to pay and salary whilst you train
• Previous experience of working with and supporting young people a great advantage.

A secondary school in Chelmsford are keen to recruit a small number of exceptional graduates to train as teachers on the Premier Pathways Teacher Training Programme. For this position, the school require high calibre Physics Graduates who are dedicated to a career in education and teaching.

Joining this school as a trainee Physics teacher you will be working closely with an inspiring team in the school’s supportive Science department. You will start by working a Teaching Assistant/Academic Mentor where you will get to know the pupils and start building up your knowledge of the Science Curriculum at Key Stage 3 and 4. As your skill and confidence grow, you will be introduced to lesson planning, behaviour management and lesson delivery. Over the course of the two years, the time you spend teaching a whole class will steadily increase, ensuring you develop into a confident classroom practitioner.

This Trainee Physics Teacher position represents a chance to work within an established and enterprising school community in Chelmsford. If you believe you have what it takes, apply now by sending your CV to Matt Burgum at EduStaff today.

Please note: due to the volume of applications, only successful Physics Trainees will be contacted