On Thursday 30 January 55 students from South Hunsley, Driffield, Wyke, Wilberforce, Beverley, Selby and Wolfreton 6th Form will be attending our Teaching Employer Led Programme Masterclass to develop the skills needed to be great teachers in the future. The programme aims to support young people’s passion for teaching and help them to understand the potential routes into teaching in the future. The students will engage in three masterclasses, observe lessons and collaborate with teachers in Kenya to build creative resources and enhance CPD in a school which currently has no training in terms of resource creation. The students will be given the opportunity to attend talks, engage in project work and lessons and listen to career workshops with professionals right across our trust schools. We are delighted to have created this unique programme to support and encourage applications into teaching in the future across a range of providers in the area.
We are also delighted to have received government funding to deliver 10 paid internships for those students in their second year of their degree at university who are seriously considering teaching Maths and/or Physics at secondary school level. Those students who wish to explore this opportunity or want to develop a greater understanding of the profession are encouraged to register their interest at this stage. Interns will be paid £1200 for their 4-week internship in June 2020.
Please email email@example.com if you would like to find out about our Teaching Employer Led Programme for Y12/13 students or know someone who may be in their second year of a degree and wants to teach Maths or Physics in the future.