They’re ready. Are you?
Whether you left to bring up a family or explored a different career, we can support you to become one of the thousands of teachers who come back to the profession each year.
Take your first step with us today and apply to join our free Supporting Returner Teachers Programme at Maltings Academy.
The Supporting Returner Teachers Programme is a government funded programme intended for secondary teachers who have qualified teacher status (QTS) and who are not currently holding permanent or fixed-term temporary posts in English schools or colleges (state funded or independent).
It is aimed at teachers who intend to return to teaching within one year of completing the course who are qualified to teach one of the following secondary EBacc subjects: English, maths, science (biology, chemistry, physics).
For other subjects please see Academies Enterprise Trust Teaching School Alliance website.
Returner Teachers include:
You are required to provide your Teacher Reference Number (TRN) in your application to confirm you are a teacher holding Qualified Teacher Status (QTS). Every teacher in England is allocated a TRN by the Department of Education. You should find your TRN on your QTS certificate. You can also get your TRN by contacting Capita on 01325 745746 or email: firstname.lastname@example.org
The Supporting Returners Teachers Programme is aimed at secondary teachers who intend to return to teaching within one year of completing the course.
It incorporates online blended learning with school experience which is designed to give returners the confidence to apply for teaching posts with knowledge that they will be able to discuss recent and relevant knowledge about teaching today.
The programme offers the following EBacc subjects: English, maths, science (biology, chemistry, physics), modern foreign language (French/Spanish or French/German), history, geography and includes:
Please note: School experience must be completed by the end of the academic year (July 2016).
Please also visit the DfE website page: Get Into Teaching