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Train to Teach at Warwick

Train to Teach Mathematics and Physics

Train to teach Mathematics and Physics with NMAPS and the Warwick Independent Schools Foundation.

Warwick School and King's High School are delighted to have been selected to lead the Warwick Regional Hub for the National Maths and Physics School Centred Initial Teacher Training (NMAPS) programme.

NMAPS offers unparalleled high quality teacher training, led by Mathematics and Physics experts from the best schools nationally. 



Further information 

To find out more about the scheme and how to qualify, see our Train To Teach Document.

For more information contact
Mrs Rosemary Chapman, Director of NMAPS, Warwick Regional Hub 

To find out about training to teach at Warwick School please contact Mrs Kimberley Wyatt, Deputy Head, Teaching and Learning

Teach whilst training 

Warwick School welcomes applications from teachers who would like to teach whilst training for Qualified Teacher Status (QTS). We run a comprehensive programme for dedicated graduates who are passionate about their subject.

In return you can expect:

A reduced timetable and support in the form of a dedicated School Professional Mentor

Course fees for PGCE (University of Buckingham) covered entirely by the school

Subject expertise and pedagogical training offered by expert mentors

Can I visit the school before I complete my application?

Interested graduates should demonstrate that they have spent time observing and perhaps team-teaching in an educational environment. We would be delighted to hear from anyone who would like to see the school in action ahead of an application.

To be eligible, you will need both of the following:

  • A UK undergraduate degree or recognised equivalent qualification at 2i or above
  • A standard equivalent to a grade C in the GCSE examinations in English and mathematics, or equivalent

Please contact: Kimberley Wyatt, Deputy Head, Teaching and Learning