Learners First

Interested in a Career in Teaching?

Teaching is a hugely fulfilling career and Learners First Schools Partnership has an amazing track record of recruiting, developing and employing high quality trainee teachers across South Yorkshire.  As a trainee you could be eligible for a bursary of up to £26,000 (degree & subject dependant) and there may be opportunities for you to earn while you train through the salaried routes.

Learners First is an accredited provider of the School Direct teacher training programme and offers high quality school-based training in early years, primary and secondary schools. Our training programmes give you the opportunity to ‘learn on the job’ alongside outstanding school leaders as well as achieving a PGCE qualification and Qualified Teacher Status (QTS). Trainees are supported every step of the way and through the professional networks and the wider Leadership Curriculum, employment, career progression and professional development opportunities are plentiful with Learners First.

You could be on your way to an exciting career in teaching sooner than you think with fantastic training and enhanced employment opportunities with Learners First Schools Partnership. We are currently recruiting the future generation of outstanding trainee teachers to our early years, primary and secondary programmes commencing in September 2018 and would welcome a conversation if you would like to find out more or how to apply. Please contact teachingschool@learnersfirst.org or visit the School Direct pages at www.learnersfirst.net/school-direct/.  

**Candidates interested in training to teach in the following subjects are in HIGH DEMAND – Maths, Physics, Computing, MFL**

If you have the drive, passion and commitment, we have the professionals and programme to support you on your journey to becoming an outstanding teacher!

Apply now via UCAS, and search for our courses available using ‘Learners First’ as the provider name or ‘1GX’ as the institute code: https://www.ucas.com/ucas/teacher-training