If you’re eligible to train to teach, you’ll need to choose an age group and subject, and explore the different training courses. Depending on your choices, you may be eligible for a tax-free bursary to support you, or you could earn a salary while you train.
We can help you get into teaching
As a teacher, you can inspire the next generation and help them realise their ambitions. That means you can go home each day knowing you’ve made a real difference, giving all young people the chance to fulfil their potential.
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- 26 May 2015 AT 15:00
Do you want to teach physics? Do you want to teach maths? Find out all you need to know about training to teach these subjects. Provider-led & School Direct PGCE routes available.Norwich Open
- 26 May 2015 AT 18:00
Ark Teacher Training, a training programme run across 31 Ark schools in high-need areas in London, Birmingham, Portsmouth and Hastings, is holding an information event for those looking to become teachersLondon Open
Teach, train and research – careers evening for maths and physics PhD researchers and graduates into teaching26 May 2015 AT 18:00
This information evening is aimed at PhD students and post-doctoral researchers interested in pursuing a rewarding career in teaching.Birmingham Open
Teach, train and research – careers evening for maths and physics PhD researchers and graduates into teaching27 May 2015 AT 18:00
Researchers in Schools is a unique programme aimed at highly skilled researchers who wish to pursue a career in teaching maths or physics. Potential applicants must have a PhD.Cambridge Open