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16 November 2015 at 09:00 to 16 November 2015 at 15:30 in Northampton at the Northampton School for Boys

Event info:

We are offering a placement day for those looking to find out more about teaching biology, chemistry, physics, geography, mathematics, French, Spanish and design and technology in conjunction with the School Experience Programme.

To be eligible for a place you will have already completed your degree, or be in your final year, and have achieved or be predicted to achieve a 2:2 or above.

You must book your place and receive confirmation via the SEP portal otherwise you will not be able to attend on the day. 

Places are limited and are bound to be filled fast so to enquire about availability and reserve your place please register on the SEP portal now.

Venue information:

Northampton School for Boys, Billing Road, Northampton, NN1 5RT

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Additional information:

Target audience:

Graduates with a 2:2 or above and those graduating summer 2015.

Organiser:

Northampton Town and County Teaching School Alliance

Event website:

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Contact email:

kcummings@nsb.northants.sch.uk

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