What we are looking for
We want to train the most ambitious, enthusiastic and committed graduates who aspire to make a difference to the life chances and education of children and have a rewarding and challenging career.
We are looking for applicants who have:
- excellent communication and organisational skills
- commitment to working hard
- ability to establish good working relationships within a professional team
- confidence and ability to engage positively with children
- commitment to excellence in teaching
- flexibility – a crucial characteristic that is vital in this active and constantly changing environment
- an interest in and understanding of the holistic and learning needs of primary aged children
- some knowledge of current educational issues
We require all applicants to hold a degree of at least a 2:2 standard as well as GCSE’s in English, Maths and Science at Grade 4 or above, or equivalent. You will also be required to pass the Professional Skills Tests in Numeracy and Literacy prior to commencing your training.
You should be able to demonstrate an interest in and understanding of the holistic and learning needs of primary aged children, as well as have knowledge of the current issues effecting education and the National Curriculum. We encourage applicants to gain relevant school-based experience prior to the application process, although this is not essential.
We are recruiting now for the September 2019 intake.
If you would like information about how to apply, please contact us.