About the course
School Direct Physics at Archbishop's School:
The Physics School Direct teacher training programme at Archbishop's School allows student teachers to train on the job in a supportive and well-organised environment. We pride ourselves on our personalised professional development programme which will enable you to develop your strengths as a leader in the classroom.
We work together with Christchurch University to offer Qualified Teacher Status with the option of PGCE qualification (Post Graduate Certificate of Education).
You will spend the majority of your time at Archbishop's School. A contrasting secondary school placement will be organised for a 6 week period, a primary school for 5 days and you will spend 15 study days at Christchurch University.
Potential applicants should apply through UCAS from October 2018.
Interviews will be held at Archbishop's School for the post of School Direct Physics.
How school placements work
Your main base school will be Archbishop's School where you will spend the majority of your time training on the job.
A 6 week alternative school placement will be organised for you during your training year. This is to provide a contrast to your experience so far at Archbishop's School. You will also complete 5 days in a primary school to aid your knowledge of the prior key stage and can also be organised by the school.
As we work with a range of schools in our partnership, it is very easy to organise a placement for you in a contrasting environment.
The course fees for 2019/2020 are as follows:
This fee is based on the figure for 2018-2019 and will be updated once the information for 2019-2020 has been released.
You could be eligible for either:
- a scholarship of £28,000
- a bursary of £26,000
To qualify for a scholarship you’ll need a degree of 2:1 or above in Physics or a related subject. For a bursary you’ll need a 2:2 or above in any subject.
You can’t claim both a bursary and a scholarship - you can only claim one.
Find out how to apply for a scholarship. You don’t need to apply for a bursary - if you’re eligible, you’ll automatically start receiving it once you begin your course. Find out how you’ll be paid.
Financial support if you’re from outside the UK.
You will need the following:
Hold an undergraduate degree awarded by a UK higher education provider or a recognised equivalent qualification.
A standard equivalent to a grace C/4 or above in the GCSE examinations in English and Mathematics.
A standard equivalent to a grade C/4 or above in a GCSE science subject examination if you intend to train to teach pupils aged 3-11 (Early Years and Primary).
Pass the professional skills tests in numeracy and literacy before you begin your teacher training.
About the training provider
The Langton Schools' Alliance is working with Christchurch University to offer teacher training through the School Direct training programme. You can train as a secondary or primary teacher to gain QTS (Qualified Teacher Status) and there is an opportunity to complete a PGCE.
School Direct is a hands on, practical school based training programme which allows student teachers to work in their school from day 1. This ensures that you are able to work through an entire school year in your school and really feel part of the learning community.
We pride ourselves on offering superb support and training opportunities including individual subject and professional mentors, flexible time to manage workload, a range of schools for contrasting placements and high quality continued professional development.
We look forward to receiving your application through UCAS for 2019.
About the accredited body
We are pleased to be working with Canterbury Christchurch University to provide high quality training for student teachers. If you are accepted onto a School Direct course, you will have 15 days over the year at Christchurch University to allow you meet a range of other student teachers, access their educational facilities (such as libraries) and have a dedicated subject mentor for study days.
Training with disabilities and other needs
We welcome all aspiring student teachers and will support all individuals in their training needs.
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