||Required knowledge, skills and behaviours
- Degree of a UK higher education institution or equivalent.
- At least a grade C (Grade 4) in both GCSE English Language and GCSE Mathematics at the time of application. (Note – Level 2 Literacy and Level 2 Numeracy are NOT equivalent qualifications)
- Primary applicants should also have Grade C (Grade 4) in a Science subject.
- For secondary teacher training, ideally at least 50% of the content of your degree should be in, or related to, the subject for which you are applying to train.
- Excellent communication skills – especially communicating with children
- High standard of written and spoken English, including a clear speaking voice and good presentation skills
- A proactive mentality: you show initiative, are self-motivated and seek out useful learning experiences and opportunities.
- A love for learning: you reflect upon what you have learnt and constantly strive to improve.
- A ‘can do’ attitude: you are resilient, determined and flexible.
- Excellent organisational skills
- Humility, empathy and respect
- Professional appearance and manner
- A commitment to Child Protection / Safeguarding
- Commitment to equal opportunities and raising standards
- A collaborative worker: you work well in a team and engage with others to get the best out of situations.
- The ability to work effectively in high performing teams, working under pressure, meeting deadlines and securing professional relationships with both staff and students.
|Knowledge and experience
|Health, Disclosure and barring checks
||Following successful interview, all conditional offers will include these ESSENTIAL requirements:
- Health and physical capacity to teach standards met (assessed through an occupational health questionnaire)
- Satisfactory Disclosure and Barring Service (DBS) check
- Satisfactory criminal record check for overseas
- Satisfactory check to ensure there is no prohibition order to teach in UK or European Economic Area (EEA)