Deadline for the current round of applications is midnight on
Friday 15 January 2016**
You may have heard about the Future Teaching Scholars programme - a new and exciting route into teaching maths or physics in schools (www.futureteachingscholars.com). This DfE funded programme is designed for exceptional students looking to study a maths or physics related degree at university and then go on to teach in secondary schools in England.
Successful applicants will be awarded a valuable programme that includes a £15k grant whilst they study a maths or physics related degree, a place on an initial teacher training (ITT) course, a pre-ITT course in the summer after they graduate, support in finding their first teaching job, and extensive personal and professional development support for six years based in outstanding Teaching Schools including:
• national and regional events exclusively for Future Teaching Scholars
• exciting school-based activities during your undergraduate years
• opportunities to be involved in research to improve maths and physics teaching
Visit the new Future Teaching Scholars website www.futureteachingscholars.com - with more detailed information on the programme, including registration information and FAQs. There is an A3 poster and double sided A6 leaflet available on the website in case you would like to print and display in Maths, Physics and A-level departments, or forward to interested students. If you would like printed copies of the leaflet to hand out, please email firstname.lastname@example.org. There are also Teacher Presentation slides for your Maths and Physics teachers to use in class.
If you are interested in promoting this DfE funded scholarship programme in your school, please do share this with your Maths, Physics or Sixth Form teams.
For more information email email@example.com to find out how you can get involved, or check www.futureteachingscholars.com.
The Future Teaching Scholars Team
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