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Trainee Primary Teacher - Ipswich

Trainee Primary Teacher - Ipswich

Posted 19 July by Edustaff
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Trainee Primary Teacher – Ipswich

Are you a motivated graduate with ambitions of training as a Primary Teacher? Would you like to join a successful and nurturing school in Ipswich, Suffolk as a Trainee Primary Teacher and get paid to train?

*** Trainee Primary Teacher (Salaried PGCE & QTS)
*** Ipswich, Suffolk
*** Premier Pathways - 2-year salaried Teacher Training Programme (£15,000 pa)
*** 2.1 degree and GCSE ‘A-C’ grades in English, Maths and Science are required
*** PGCE & QTS accredited by the University of Buckingham upon completion with 60 Masters credits
*** September 2018 start as a Trainee Primary Teacher

Premier Pathways is a 2-year classroom based teacher training program which will, upon graduation, accredit you with a full Level-7 PGCE, Qualified Teacher Status (QTS) and 60 credits towards a Master’s degree from the University of Buckingham. The program has a superb and extensive support network and aims to match the best candidates with the most suitable schools. Premier Pathways aims to positively impact the shortfall of teachers in this country.

The ideal Trainee Primary Teacher will be a graduate with a good academic background (2.1 degree or above), have an ardent desire to become a teacher, and have a personable, approachable and welcoming personality. The successful Trainee Primary Teacher will benefit from having worked with children in some capacity before.


If you would like to know more about the programme and think you will be an excellent applicant click ‘Apply’ to send your CV and covering letter to Ciara at EduStaff.

Please note: due to the volume of applications, only successful Trainee Primary Teacher applicants will be contacted.

Reference: 35665331

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