The Shire Foundation Luton, UK
24 Aug, 2020
Course
ASSESSMENT ONLY ROUTE TO QUALIFIED TEACHER STATUS The Assessment Only  route is intended for very experienced graduate teachers without QTS who can demonstrate meeting all the standards for QTS without the need for further training. Candidates should normally have completed at least 2 years of work in school in which they have had full-time whole class planning, teaching and assessment responsibility, across the range of National Curriculum/EYFS subjects. ​ Candidates   are accepted onto the AO route after an initial assessment to assess whether they are likely to be able to demonstrate that they are meeting all of the standards for QTS.  Candidates following the Assessment Only route with the Shire Foundation will be awarded Qualified Teacher Status (QTS) following successful final assessment. ​ Finance: The AO route is not funded by DFE   The fee for the AO route with the Shire Foundation is £2,500 and will be made in three stages: £500 paid at the...
£17,208 yearly
The Shire Foundation Luton, UK
24 Aug, 2020
Full time
The SD (Salaried) Route: What Type Of Course Is This? Training: This is an employment-based route into teaching intended for high quality graduates with three or more years career experience. School Direct (salaried) trainees earn a salary while they train in their employing school     The school is responsible for paying your salary while you train. This will be at least at the first point of the Unqualified Teacher Scale (which for the 2018/19 academic year was £17,208)   Salary: Applications: There is a high level of competition for places on the SD course. so we advise that individuals apply as early as possible – ideally in the Autumn term before the year of their training.  Applicants should aim to gain as much experience as possible of working in a primary school prior to applying for a School Direct place and a minimum of six months is expected. SD candidates have an interview first with the Shire as the Training provider and, if...
The Shire Foundation Hillborough Junior School, Hillborough Road, Luton, UK
24 Aug, 2020
Course
THE PGCE ROUTE: WHAT IS THE SHIRE FOUNDATION PGCE? The SHIRE is accredited to award QTS. and on successful completion of all component parts trainees will be awarded Qualified Teacher Status (QTS).  Upon successful completion of the academic course requirements, 60 credits at Masters level will be awarded, validated by the University of Buckingham Trainees who complete 120 credits at   Level 6 onl y will be awarded the Professional Graduate Certificate in Education (validated by the University of Buckingham. The course consists of: Developing Professional Practice-Primary, providing an introduction to current educational issues.   Broad Curriculum Studies covering both theory and practice and with a close study of the National Curriculum subjects at Key Stage 1 and 2 and The Foundation Stage. Structured Mentoring- qualified support through the course. This is an academic route leading to the award of QTS and a Post-Graduate...