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first job application

Discussion in 'Trainee and student teachers' started by mickymilan, Mar 9, 2011.

  1. mickymilan

    mickymilan New commenter

    45 applicants [​IMG]
     
  2. welshwizard

    welshwizard Established commenter Forum guide

    It can depend upon which science- I know you are trained for all of them but as schools move more towards single sciences there has been a marked increase in schools looking specifically for chem-phys. Overall the good teaching training guide 2010shows 67% of science teachers awarded QTS09 were in teaching by Jan10. These are National figures and opportunities in NE and NW have been limited for a number of years.
    In addition you will find many adverts now are looking for experienced teachers rather than NQTs. As we approach the May resignation date more NQT opportunities occur.
     

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