Bromley Schools' Collegiate School Direct
Primary 7 -14 (3FHZ)

QTS full time with salary

Accredited body
Bromley Schools Collegiate
Financial support

QTS (qualified teacher status) allows you to teach in state schools in England.

It may also allow you to teach in the EU, the EEA and Switzerland. You should check with the institution you’d like to teach in for confirmation. The status of QTS in these countries may change after the UK leaves the EU. Please check GOV.UK for updates.

To teach in the rest of the UK or internationally, you may wish to consider a ‘PGCE (or PGDE) with QTS’ qualification instead.

Course length
1 year
Date you can apply from
13 March 2019
Date course starts
September 2019

About the course

The Tuition fee programme will include 2 placements with the first one from September to December in a Secondary school teaching your specialist subject to Key Stage 3 pupils. This is then followed by a contrasting placement in a primary school teaching general primary to pupils in the year 3 to 6 age range.

For this programme you would be eligible for the Secondary tax-free bursary rates for your specialist subject.

This programme leads to Qualified Teacher Status with a PGCE.

Within your personal statement on UCAS, please make it clear which specialist subject you wish to be considered for.

How school placements work

School placements will take place in selected primary schools and secondary schools in Bromley.

September - December in Secondary up to age 14 (year 9) - you will teach in the secondary subject you are focusing on. During this time you will have 2 formal assessments and gather evidence to show you are confident and competent to teach this subject.

January - July in a primary school. At this placement trainees will concentrate on teaching the age range of 7 -11 years. Please contact Bromley Schools' Collegiate for more information.


Schools will pay trainees on the School Direct Salary at the unqualified teacher salaried. The school will meet the training costs for the course via a partnership agreement with Bromley Schools' Collegiate.

Financial support

Financial support isn’t available for this course because it comes with a salary.

If you choose a course without a salary, you may be eligible for financial support while you study, including bursaries, scholarships and loans.



Candidates must have a good Degree with a minimum of 2:2 classification (or equivalent)

  • Maths, English, Science at GCSE C /L4
  • Pass both Literacy and Numeracy Professional Skills tests, before the start of the course.

Personal qualities

We are looking for candidates who want to make a difference to the lives of children. We want you to have a genuine passion for teaching.

Other requirements

We do not require candidates to have school / classroom experience before making an application.

About the training provider

Bromley Schools' Collegiate is a well established provider of initial teacher training with over 25 years experience. During this time we have trained over 1400 teachers.

100% of our trainees say they feel prepared for their NQT year.

What our last cohort of trainees say about us:

  • I know my confidence stems from the opportunities that have been provided by Bromley Schools' Collegiate
  • Support was consistent throughout and I have really benefited from learning as you go approach
  • I feel very luck to have had 2 amazing placements with very, very supportive departments who would do anything they could to help
  • I think the course is fantastic. There is a great emphasis on independence and freedom

About the accredited body

Many of our placement schools have teachers who gained their teaching qualification with Bromley Schools' Collegiate.

Training with disabilities and other needs

Bromley Schools' Collegiate is an all inclusive provider.

Contact details

Chislehurst School for Girls
Beaverwood Road


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