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Fulham Cross Girls’ School open day

14 April 2016 at 13:30 to 14 April 2016 at 14:30 in London at the Fulham Cross Girls’ School

Event info:

Fulham Cross Girls School (working through the West London Teaching Schools’ Alliance – WLTSA) in partnership with St Mary’s University, Twickenham, has places on its School Direct secondary teacher training programmes in maths and chemistry starting in September 2016. Substantial tax-free bursaries are available for these programmes.

You may wish to look on our school website but do please also look at the West London Teaching Schools’ Alliance website where our vacancies are listed and regularly updated.

To search for the Fulham Cross Girls’ School programmes on UCAS, please use the UCAS search tool and enter the provider as West London Teaching School Alliance.

To register for this event please email us.

Venue information:

Fulham Cross Girls’ School, Munster Road, London, SW6 6BP

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Additional information:

Target audience:

The event is for graduates, career changers and final-year undergraduates who are interested in starting a career in teaching.

Organiser:

Fulham Cross Girls’ School

Contact email:

Victoria.tully@fulhamcross.lbhf.sch.uk

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