An undergraduate degree at class 2:2 or above, or equivalent.
Your degree subject should be in Religious Education or a similar subject. Otherwise you’ll need to prove your subject knowledge in some other way.
Grade 4 (C) or above in English and maths, or equivalent qualification.
We’ll consider candidates with pending GCSEs.
We’ll consider candidates who need to take a GCSE equivalency test in English or maths.
If you do not have an English or Maths GCSE at grade C/Level 4 or above (or Science for primary teacher training), you can still apply for teacher training, but we will require you to pass an equivalency test before we confirm any offer that we make.
Further information on the providers that we recommend can be found our our website: (https://www.glfscitt.org/65/equivalency-tests)
Any overseas qualifications should be verified with ENIC for equivalency BEFORE an application is submitted - (www.enic.org.uk)
If your secondary qualification and your degree were studied abroad in a non-English speaking country and you do not have an English GCSE as you studied it as a second language, you will need to sit the IELTS Academic test - our minimum requirement is for an overall score of 7.0 with a minimum of 6.5 for Reading and 6.0 for Writing.
If you undertook secondary education in a non-English speaking country but took your degree in the UK and you finished it in the last three years, we do not require you to sit the IELTS. Please note that the IELTS test is only valid for 2 years.
Candidates will be expected to demonstrate their commitment to a future teaching career, strong subject knowledge and the ability to interact with young people in and out of a classroom environment. We are also looking for strong literacy and numeracy skills, high standards of written English, a willingness to contribute to wider school life as well as personal qualities including: confidence, flexibility, resilience, ability to work in a group and under pressure, self-reflection and time management skills, good organisational and administrative skills and a knowledge of the teaching profession/the demands of a teacher.
GLF Schools’ Teacher Training, and all partnership schools, are committed to safeguarding and promoting the welfare of children and young people and expects all staff and volunteers to share this commitment. Members of the selection panel are Safer Recruitment trained and we require all successful applicants to undertake an enhanced DBS and Barred List check.
We will have due regard to The Equality Act 2010 and Special Educational Needs and Disability Act 2001. All decisions relating to recruitment and selection are based on objective criteria related to the requirements of the programme and the need to recruit high quality teachers.