Arthur Terry School
QTS full time with salary
- Accredited body
- The Arthur Terry School SCITT
- Financial support
Qualified teacher status (QTS) allows you to teach in state schools in England and may also allow you to teach in other parts of the UK.
It may also allow you to teach in the EU and EEA, though this could change after 2020.
If you’re planning to teach overseas, you should always check what qualifications are needed in the country you’d like to teach in.
- Course length
- 1 year
- Date you can apply from
- 13 October 2020
- Date course starts
- September 2021
About the course
Our course has been developed by Outstanding practising teachers and leaders of learning. Professional Studies, Core Curriculum Studies and Foundation Studies training workshops take place in a diverse range of Primary Schools in the local area. We take into account what is contemporary alongside the needs identified by previous cohorts to provide a highly personalised course. Time is divided between School Placements and Professional studies days. You will have two placements in different key stages.
CONTINUED PROFESSIONAL DEVELOPMENT
We are committed to supporting our trainees beyond their first year. As you continue your career we have a range of teaching and leadership programmes within our Alliance to support you from Newly Qualified Teacher to Aspiring Headteacher.
You will become a part of our NQT and NQT+1 programme that builds on your training year.
Visit our website to learn more about our programme and the opportunities available to develop your career.
We are looking for highly motivated trainees who are committed to working with the young people in our schools. You must have an excellent subject knowledge but also the ability to deliver this in an engaging and creative way. Successful trainees on our programme will need to be reflective, resilient and able to respond to positively to feedback. Trainees on our course will also need to be able to exhibit high levels of emotional intelligence and be real team players.
To evaluate the applicant’s literacy skills and their ability to process, synthesise and evaluate information.
To evaluate the applicant’s awareness of educational issues and to demonstrate the non-cognitive skills required to be an effective teacher.
Small group teaching
A twenty minute teaching activity will be delivered to a small group of children to assess the applicant’s ability to break down a concept to enable children to learn.
The interview will evaluate an applicant’s rationale for wanting to become a teacher and their suitability to carry out the job.
How school placements work
The aims of the programme are to:
Produce highly skilled graduate teachers who:
- are resilient
- are committed to an ‘open classroom’ ethos where best practice is
developed through observing, collaboration and a commitment to
ongoing professional development
- have a deep level of understanding of teaching and learning
- demonstrate a passion for their subject and working with young people
- exhibit professionalism in the workplace allowing reasoned judgement
to be made in varying situations
This will be achieved through:
- increasing the amount of time a trainee spends in the classroom
- a focus on core teaching skills including reading, mathematics and
- working with outstanding practitioner on a day to day basis
- having access to outstanding departments in outstanding schools
On the 38 week programme trainees time is divided between Teaching Experiences and structured training sessions looking at subject delivery and wider professional issues. Teaching experiences will take place in at least three schools across the Teaching School Alliance. During the course trainees will be supported by their school-based practitioner.
Trainees will be assessed on a combination of evidence gathered during the Teaching Experiences and five assignments that focus on key areas of Teaching and Learning.
We are looking to select trainees with outstanding potential with a commitment and enthusiasm for working with young people. The academic requirements set out by the Department for Education to enter the profession are;
At least a grade C or 4 in GCSE English and Mathematics
An undergraduate honour degree (at least a 2.2) plus recent classroom experience.
You’ll be paid and taxed as an unqualified teacher.
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.
At least a grade C or Level 4 in GCSE English and Mathematics.
An undergraduate Honours degree (at least a 2.2).
Current classroom experience.
We are looking to select trainees with outstanding potential with a commitment and enthusiasm for working with young people.
All applicants will be required to complete an enhanced DBS clearance.
About the training provider
The Arthur Terry Teaching School Alliance “An innovative and collaborative approach to developing outstanding educators”
The Arthur Terry School is one of the top performing comprehensive schools in the Birmingham area and the lead school in a successful Teaching School Alliance. Our Teaching School was graded Good with Outstanding Leadership and Management by Ofsted. All our alliance schools, excel in developing teachers at all stages of their career.
As a Teaching School we are looking to train and recruit the very best teachers. Our alliance of schools covers Birmingham, Staffordshire and Warwickshire, offering diverse teaching experiences in both rural and urban settings.
We are now recruiting for highly motivated graduates, for both Primary and Secondary, either straight out of University or those looking for a career change, who are committed to inspiring and challenging young people. We are looking for people with excellent subject knowledge, but also the ability to deliver this in an exciting and engaging way.
Further information can be found on (https://www.arthurterry.bham.sch.uk/atnts/train-to-teach/)
About the accredited body
Our course, designed ‘by teachers, for teachers’, places our trainees in schools across the West Midlands working alongside outstanding practitioners.
Our Subject Route Leaders, who take the lead in training, are credible, professional teachers who recognise what makes outstanding teaching and learning.
The core rationale for our programme is to develop the next generation of outstanding teachers to work across our network of schools and beyond.
Our Subject Route Leaders work with a maximum of ten trainees, to ensure our trainees feel well supported and confident with the next stages in their own development.
Training with disabilities and other needs
The Training Centre at Arthur Terry School has full access for people with disabilities.
Recruitment and selection procedures are consistent with the Equality legislation
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