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  • Trainee Teachers of MFL

    Posted: 17 Nov 2018Teaching School
    Train to be a teacher of modern languages via our National Modern Languages SCITT. If you have a good honours degree in modern languages or are a native speaker with a good honours degree in another subject and want to make a difference, then this could be the career for you. There is a national shortage of language teachers in the UK and so you would be joining a respected profession with excellent opportunities for career progression. The National Modern Languages SCITT, based in Sheffield but with geographical hubs across England, was created in response to this national shortage and focuses solely on training language teachers. It is different to other teacher training courses because: • It is a national, rather than local, provider. This means we can offer you placements across the country. • It focuses solely on modern languages, drawing on specialists in this field to ensure that everything you are taught is directly relevant to your future career. • It is a partnership between both state and independent schools, offering a range of placements in both sectors and thereby widening your employment prospects at the end of the course. The one-year course is a combination of academic training and placements in schools. Trainees will be based in one of our geographical hubs, which are currently: Bolton, London, Oundle, Abingdon or at the SCITT Centre in Sheffield. Find out more at: www.nationalmodernlanguages.com Or call us on 0114 235 7980. Or email: enquiries@nationalmodernlanguages.com
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    Closing Date: 01 Sep 2019

  • Trainee Teachers (secondary - various subjects)

    Posted: 24 Jan 2019Teaching School
    Want to train to be a teacher? We train over 100 people every year in Sheffield and the Peak District for the best job in the world – being a teacher! We have an excellent track record of supporting our trainees into their first jobs – with at least 80-100% of our trainees regularly finding a job within the first month after the course (often in local schools they have made connections with). We work with over 60 schools in Sheffield and the Peak District, providing hands-on experience in the classroom as part of your training. We also work in partnership with both the University of Sheffield and Sheffield Hallam University to provide the academic training element of the course. So you get the best of both worlds – all the support and facilities for students, but your placements are in local schools where you feel part of the teaching team. Our training provides trainees with a Post Graduate Certificate in Education (PGCE) including 60 Masters’ credits or Post Graduate Diploma in Education (PGDE) including 120 Masters' credits, and Qualified Teacher Status (QTS). Co-ordinated by our team at an Ofsted-rated ‘Outstanding’ school in Sheffield, we support you through every stage. We are currently recruiting for our next cohort of trainees, who will begin their training in September 2019. See www.sheffieldtsa.org for details of the many different subjects we can train you to teach – some of which attract up to £28,000 worth of funding. The successful candidate will be required to complete a Disclosure and Barring check in line with the Rehabilitation of Offenders Act (ROA) 1974 (Exceptions) Order 1975 and the Police Act Regulations Contact details: If you are interested and would like to find out more please contact our team at enquiries@sheffieldtsa.org or call 0114 235 7980. All applications are processed through UCAS; to search for one of our courses us the provider name ‘Sheffield Teaching School Alliance’ or the provider code ‘1N5’.
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    Closing Date: 31 Jul 2019

  • Trainee Teachers (primary)

    Posted: 24 Jan 2019Teaching School
    Want to train to be a teacher? We train over 100 people every year in Sheffield and the Peak District for the best job in the world – being a teacher! We have an excellent track record of supporting our trainees into their first jobs – with at least 80-100% of our trainees regularly finding a job within the first month after the course (often in local schools they have made connections with). We work with over 60 schools in Sheffield and the Peak District, providing hands-on experience in the classroom as part of your training. We also work in partnership with Sheffield Hallam University to provide the academic training element of the course. So you get the best of both worlds – all the support and facilities for students, but your placements are in local schools where you feel part of the teaching team. Our training provides trainees with a Post Graduate Certificate in Education (PGCE) including 60 Masters’ credits, and Qualified Teacher Status (QTS). You can choose to study early years and primary education (Age 3-7); early years with Special School focus; or primary education (Age 5-11). Co-ordinated by our team at an Ofsted-rated ‘Outstanding’ school in Sheffield, we support you through every stage. We are currently recruiting for our next cohort of trainees, who will begin their training in September 2019. See www.sheffieldtsa.org for details. The successful candidate will be required to complete a Disclosure and Barring check in line with the Rehabilitation of Offenders Act (ROA) 1974 (Exceptions) Order 1975 and the Police Act Regulations Contact details: If you are interested and would like to find out more please contact our team at enquiries@sheffieldtsa.org or call 0114 235 7980. All applications are processed through UCAS; to search for one of our courses us the provider name ‘Sheffield Teaching School Alliance’ or the provider code ‘1N5’.
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    Closing Date: 31 Jul 2019

  • Teacher of Computing, ICT and Business Studies

    Posted: 29 Mar 2019Westfield school
    We are looking for a highly motivated, skilled and creative teacher to join our Enterprise Faculty which covers computer science, ICT and business studies. The successful candidate will be joining a committed team of subject specialists and must be able to teach computing up to at least GCSE level.
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    Closing Date: 22 Apr 2019

  • Teacher of Science (Biology)

    Posted: 01 Apr 2019Silverdale school
    Required for September 2019, an enthusiastic, energetic Science teacher (ideally with a Biology specialism) with the willingness to teach all sciences. The ability to teach Key Stage 3, 4 is essential. The ability to teach A level biology is desirable. This is an exciting opportunity to join a dedicated team and would suit a newly/recently qualified or experienced teacher.
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    Closing Date: 22 Apr 2019

  • Assistant Headteacher

    Posted: 01 Apr 2019Silverdale school
    We are seeking an Assistant Headteacher to take responsibility for Student Achievement and Engagement. Can you help ensure that Silverdale builds on its outstanding status? Are you committed to providing an inclusive, top quality education that inspires students of all backgrounds and abilities? Are you a team player who thrives on challenge? Do you want to contribute to the strategic direction of not just a school, but also a Trust and a Teaching School?
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    Closing Date: 22 Apr 2019