You could be eligible for either:
- a scholarship of £22,000
- a bursary of £20,000
With a scholarship or bursary, you’ll also get early career payments of £5,000 each in your third and fifth year of teaching (£7,500 in some areas of England).
To qualify for a scholarship you’ll need a degree of 2:1 or above in maths 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.
About the training provider
The Berkshire Teaching School (Berkshire TSA) is a teaching school based at Maiden Erlegh School, a National Teaching School designated by the National College for Teaching & Leadership. We have an excellent track record and provide teacher training at various schools in the Berkshire area.
We participate in the Schools Direct Programme of school-led training and work closely with The University of Reading to deliver training, offering both salaried and unsalaried routes.
With the University of Reading being so close to our teaching school, we have a strong partnership with the university. Reading is a vibrant town, with excellent employment opportunities.
We offer training in a variety of schools, including primary and secondary schools and all key stages. You can train at Maiden Erlegh School or the following schools under our alliance.
• Kendrick School
• John Madejski School
• Blessed Hugh Faringdon School
• Reading Girls School
• Maiden Erlegh Chiltern Edge
• Easthampstead Park School
• Maiden Erlegh School in Reading
• Whiteknights Primary School
If you have any questions, please get in touch.
About the accredited body
The Institute of Education at The University of Reading has been in the top 10 for over a decade in the UK for Education (The Guardian University League Table 2019.)
One of our strengths, as recognised by Ofsted, is the high quality of support we provide to schools and Reading Partnership Teachers (RPTs) on placement.
Many of our RPTs go on to secure jobs in their placement schools, so active engagement with the IoE partnership in training new teachers is an excellent way to recruit NQTs to your school.
Training with disabilities and other needs
Maiden Erlegh School is proud to be a comprehensive school. Our ethos is “opportunity, diversity and success for all” and we are ambitious for all our students, both academically and in terms of their personal development.
There are many strands to our inclusion work, whether it be providing for students with Special Educational Needs and/or Disabilities, supporting disadvantaged students or those with medical needs, helping individual through periods of personal difficulty or working with others to improve their attendance.
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