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Level 6 Teaching Apprenticeship with QTS

Moorway Lane, Littleover, Derby, DE23 2FS
£18,419.00 annually
Closing date
3 Jul 2022

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Apprenticeship, Degree
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What will the apprentice be doing?

The opportunity to use the skills and knowledge you are developing to undertake classroom teaching with groups of students. You will learn to plan lessons and how to assess pupils' learning.

You will become part of our school community, attending staff meetings and training as they arise and learning about the day to day workings of a special school.

Working alongside colleagues to learn the specificities of our students special educational needs, you will become familiar with and knowledge about a wide range of SEND and understand outstanding teaching approaches to help our pupils fulfill their potential.

What training will the apprentice take and what qualification will the apprentice get at the end?

You will achieve the L6 Teacher Apprenticeship with Qualified Teacher Status

You will do your training at Ivy House Special School, based in Littleover, Derby.

This apprenticeship is an employment-based route into teaching, for candidates with an honours degree who receive a salary while training. Consisting of 80% on-the-job training and 20% off the job training. The on-the-job training will involve of the apprentice being in a substantive role as an unqualified teacher working four days per working week, delivering a subject specialism,or teaching a specific age phase of children.

The 20% off the job training consists of a variety of activities, which will usually take place one day per working week. As part of the on-the-job training, apprentices must teach in two different school settings to ensure compliance with statutory Initial Teacher Training criteria and supporting advice (C.24 ) as issued by the Department for Education. On completion of this apprenticeship, the individual will be confirmed to be a competent and qualified teacher, having already achieved QTS and entered the teaching profession.

What is the expected career progression after this apprenticeship?

After this apprenticeship you will be fully qualified to teach, specialising in students with special educational needs. This is suitable to progress into a role in a special school or a mainstream school with a SEND focus. During the first two years of being a quaified teacher, you will be supported by the DfE national Early Career Framework. You will be designated as an Early Career Teacher and, as part of your role, undertake training and support to help you to settle into the profession and succeed. There may be the possibility of employment in the host school or within Shaw Education Trust dependent upon suitable vacancies at the time and an application process.

Requirements and prospects

Desired skills and personal qualities

Communication skills, IT skills, Organisation skills, Administrative skills, Team working, Patience, Resilience


GCSE or equivalent English (Grade C/4 or above) Essential
GCSE or equivalent Mathematics (Grade C/4 or above) Essential
Other Bachelor's degree (or equivalent) (Grade TBC) Essential

Things to consider

This role is working with students who have special educational needs, a commitment to working with our students is essential.
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