Training to Teach in Oldham
Not only could you receive a tax-free bursary of £26,000 to train as a teacher. You’ll be in high demand from schools in Oldham, which will provide plenty of opportunities for career progression. At the same time, you’ll be making a difference each day. Read what current teachers and trainees have to say about teaching in Oldham. Remember to register with us for tailored support and advice on getting into teaching in Oldham.
Joshua Higginson, chemistry teacher
“I came into teaching for the moral purpose, to really make a real difference. In Oldham you get to do that. The experience of teaching in a diverse community means I get to learn as much from the students as they do from me. It also helps that I work in in a supportive environment which is centred on fellowship.”
Andrew Mkandawire, computing teacher
“I love meeting and working with so many young people and making a real difference to their lives. It’s great to give back to the town where I was myself raised and educated.”
Anna Nelson, English trainee
“In Oldham we are the forefront of the latest methods of teaching and learning. Additionally, Oldham is a richly diverse and interesting place to work. We are part of the community and have the opportunity to make a real difference to the lives of children and their families.”
If you’re ready to make a difference – read our summary on preparing for teacher training. There’s plenty of support available - when you register with us, you’ll receive tailored support from our teacher experts all the way though to making a successful application.
30 June 2018 10:00
This event in Newcastle will give you the chance to ask experts about your teacher training options and what it’s like to teach.
25 June 2018 18:30
If you've been offered a teacher training place, this online session will answer your questions on how best to prepare for your teacher training.
27 June 2018 12:00
This online event will provide advice on gaining school experience for those interested in primary teaching. It will offer helpful hints and tips on gaining and making the most of your primary school experience and it's relevance to your UCAS application.
02 July 2018 18:30
Teaching is a great way of making your knowledge in a STEM subject count. We’ll help you with your routes into teaching and how subject knowledge enhancement (SKE) can help build up or refresh your subject knowledge before you commence your teacher training.