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Graduate Scheme - Are you interested in becoming a Future Teacher?

Become a future teacher at Catholic Schools in The Brentwood Diocese

Become a Teacher of Tomorrow - Graduate Training Programme - Brentwood - September 2019

Interested in a career in Education?

Recently graduated and unsure of what career path to take?

Want a rewarding career with the potential to quickly progress?

Do you want a job where you are responsible for shaping the future of young students?

Teaching Personnel's 'Future Teachers' program offers graduates the opportunity to gain experience in schools all over London and develop professional skills through CPD courses and Teacher Training.

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The Journey

You will begin your journey as a teaching assistant/cover supervisor (£65 - £75 a day) - helping in a variety of roles within a school to gain skills and experience in an education environment. After a successful 20 week period, you will officially begin your teacher training (likely increase in salary due to AWR)!

To help you along the way; Teaching Personnel and the schools we work in offer a range of CPD courses to candidates. These are offered to help you grow in your profession and shape the future for next generation. Teaching Personnel also have a great relationship with Catholic schools across the UK. Catholic schools boast reputations for their well behaved students and high attainment at GCSE and A-Level. There really is no better place to begin your teaching career!

*Are you interested in becoming a FUTURE TEACHER*

*Teaching Graduate Role*

Schools are seeking graduates who are motivated to succeed and pursue a career in teaching. You will be a reliable individual and show a real passion for education, as well as a willingness to learn. All you need is;

  • A degree in any specialism. - Essential.
  • Experience working in a school. - Advantageous
  • Experience working in care. - Advantageous
  • Experience in Education (School/Tutoring/Support). - Advantageous

These well-run secondary schools have a strong and cohesive senior leadership who understand the need for training their own staff and are eager to meet any graduate who has aspirations of becoming a qualified teacher in the future. There is a long history of successfully developing graduates into confident and capable professionals in the classroom. They will show you how to develop the knowledge and skills you have acquired as a graduate into effective and engaging classroom practice.

APPLY!

Teaching Personnel is the UK's leading provider of education staff. By registering with us you can expect excellent support and fantastic rates of pay. For immediate consideration, please send your CV through to James in the London Secondary Branch. Or for more information on the role or our company, feel free to get in touch - call 020 7593 3077 or email We are available at 7am-7pm, ready to speak at a time that suits you.

All applicants will require the appropriate qualifications and training for this role. Please see teachingpersonnel.com/faqs for details.

All pay rates quoted will be inclusive of 12.07% statutory holiday pay.

Teaching Personnel is committed to safeguarding and promoting the welfare of children. All candidates must undertake or have undertaken a valid enhanced Disclosure and Barring Service (DBS) check. Full assistance provided.

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