Bolton School is seeking highly qualified graduates to train as secondary school physics teachers from next September as part of the National Maths and Physics School Centered Initial Teacher Training (SCITT). Trainees, whether recent graduates or professionals looking to change career, will benefit from belonging to Bolton School’s highly experienced Physics department in which first-rate physicists across both Divisions work closely to enthuse pupils, achieve excellent academic results and prepare older boys and girls for Higher Education. The year-long course offers placements at local independent and state schools to ensure that trainees are fully prepared to take up rewarding positions in a wide variety of schools.
Successful applicants may be eligible for grants through the Department for Education. Details are available on the National Maths and Physics SCITT website.
To find out more, please contact Marcia Teichman (firstname.lastname@example.org) or Deane Lamb (DVBL@boltonschool.org) to apply for the next ‘Train to Teach’ Taster Day or to receive further information.
Bolton School is the northern Hub for the National Maths and Physics School Centered Initial Teacher Training (SCITT).
Bolton School is committed to safeguarding and promoting the welfare of children and to equality and diversity in all aspects of employment. The successful candidate will be required to undertake an Enhanced Criminal Records Check for Regulated Activity.
- Mainstream school with independent funding
- All-through with sixth form
- Students of mixed gender, age 7 - 18 years