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  • NMAPS - Train as a Physics Teacher

    Published 20/11/20

    Warwick School and King’s High School (two leading independent schools both graded Excellent in their recent ISI inspections) are seeking to recruit good graduates, including those looking to change career, to train as secondary school Physics teachers.

    This year long, entirely school based training, leading to the award of QTS (Qualified Teacher Status) and a PGCE, will take place on the Warwick Independent Schools Foundation Campus with placements available at both local state and independent schools. Both schools have a long and successful record of inspiring students to study Physics, facilitating the achievement of high academic results and filling students with a love of science. The scheme will be led by subject experts at the two schools.

    Warwick School and King’s High School are collaboratively leading the Warwick Regional Hub of the National Mathematics and Physics School Centred Initial Teacher Training Scheme (NMAPS).

    More information, including eligibility criteria, can be found at: NMAPS or by contacting Rosemary Chapman on nmaps@warwickschools.co.uk

    Successful applicants are eligible to apply for the tax free £24,000 bursary available through the Department for Education or £26,000 scholarship from the Institute of Physics.

    More information can be found at https://getintoteaching.education.gov.uk

    Application is through the UCAS website.

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  • NMAPS - Train as a Maths Teacher

    Published 20/11/20

    Warwick School and King’s High School (two leading independent schools both graded Excellent in their
    recent ISI inspections) are seeking to recruit good graduates, including those looking to change career, to
    train as secondary school Mathematics teachers.

    This year long, entirely school based training, leading to the award of QTS (Qualified Teacher Status) and a PGCE, will take place on the Warwick Independent Schools Foundation Campus with placements available at both local state and independent schools. Both schools have a long and successful record of inspiring students to study mathematics, facilitating the achievement of high academic results and filling students with a love of numbers. The scheme will be led by subject experts at the two schools.

    Warwick School and King’s High School are collaboratively leading the Warwick Regional Hub of the National Mathematics and Physics School Centred Initial Teacher Training Scheme (NMAPS).

    More information, including eligibility criteria, can be found at: NMAPS or by contacting Rosemary Chapman on nmaps@warwickschools.co.uk

    Successful applicants are eligible to apply for the tax free £24,000 bursary available through the Department for Education or £26,000 scholarship from the Institute of Mathematics and its Applications.

    More information can be found at https://getintoteaching.education.gov.uk

    Application is through the UCAS website:

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  • Teacher of Computer Science

    Published 17/11/20

    Required for September 2021, a dynamic and dedicated teacher to join the Computing department.

    In return, you can expect excellent conditions of employment and a salary exceeding that in the maintained sector.

    For further details and an application form, please see the links below. Completed application forms should be submitted to hr@warwickschools.co.uk by the close date.

    Closing date: Noon on 30th November 2020 with the anticipated interview date being 4th or 7th December 2020

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  • Teaching at Warwick School

    Published 23/11/17

    To find further information about Warwick School please have a look through our Teaching at Warwick School detailed pack, either via our online flipping book or alternatively the pdf document.

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