Aspiring Science Teacher Programme – Central West London – Salaried Science Teacher Apprenticeship – September Start – Physics & Chemistry Are you looking to receive high quality training for your Teaching career? Are you worried that you may not be able to afford the fees of a Teacher Training course? Is your Physics or Chemistry subject knowledge of a 1 st Class/ 2:1 standard? An Outstanding Mixed-Comprehensive Secondary School has partnered with Clarus Education to recruit passionate Physics & Chemistry Graduates, who are looking to start their journey towards becoming a fully qualified Science Teachers. This Bespoke Teacher Apprenticeship programme offers an impressive UNQUALIFIED TEACHER SALARY if successful in your application . If you are an aspiring Science Teacher, with a Physics or Chemistry specialism, this may be the perfect opportunity for you… Person Specification: · 1 st Class or 2:1 Science Degree Required · Physics or Chemistry Specialists · A-B at A Level & GCSE, especially in the Sciences · You must be confident in your ability to lead large group activities · Open to taking on constructive feedback and developing you own skills · You must be an Aspiring Physics or Chemistry Secondary Teacher Job Responsibilities: · Attend training and CPD sessions · Focus on raising attainment in Physics/ Chemistry · Work closely within the Science department to help progress learning · Deliver small group & whole class Science lessons Role and School Information: · Impressive Graduate Salary of £23,642 per annum for the first year · Permanent September 2019 Start · Ofsted Graded ‘Outstanding’ Secondary School · Championed by a Fantastically driven Headteacher eager to spend time on training new Teachers · Supportive school with well-trained mentors and development plans · Situated in Central West London with Good Public Transport Links Send your CV to Clarus Education NOW Suitable applicants will be contacted within 24 hours of applying. Please see our website page headed ‘About’ and scroll to the bottom to see our ‘Privacy Notice’ for an explanation about how we use information we collect about you.