Salaried Teacher Training - Primary Trainee With An Interest or Skills In Art Needed
£19,000 - £30,000 FTE
SG - SL - PR
About the job
Have you ever considered getting into teaching? Are you a graduate with a strong interest, skills, or a qualification in art?
If so, you’ve found the right place!
We are recruiting for a Teacher Trainee who will organise and manage appropriate learning environments and resources for exciting and engaging Art lessons. You will plan challenging teaching and learning objectives to evaluate and adjust lessons/work plans as appropriate. The position of a Trainee Teacher is a full-time salaried role, open to graduates with some classroom experience.
Our Salaried Teacher Training Programme offers a new opportunity to train towards gaining Qualified Teacher Status (QTS), while still earning a full salary. With Grad2Teach, you will work to complete Phase One of our Salaried Teacher Training Programme in the first year, achieving a Post Graduate Certificate in Education (PGCE).
Within our partnered school, a strong focus is placed on all teaching staff working as a team in a supportive and progressive environment, where there is huge scope for professional development and growth.
Sounds like a match? Apply now!
If you would like some more information regarding this role, then please get in contact with Simona on 02045513460 or send your CV to email@example.com
To be eligible for this programme you must meet the following requirements:
Have determination, resilience and a patient, caring attitude.
Have a relevant, university degree with a minimum of a 2:2 classification.
Have the confidence and ability to lead the class.
Be able to demonstrate your resilience.
Be able to train across all key stages to broaden your skillset
In Training Phase 1, you will
Receive Grad2Teach-funded training while you work on our 39-week, school-based, salaried trainee programme
Gain invaluable insight into classroom management and teaching practice
Receive 24/7 support from our friendly team
Receive three Quality Assessment observations from one of our trainers in your employer school
Develop an understanding of what it means to be a great teacher