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Secondary Education (Chemistry)
Trainee teachers are based in schools for the equivalent of 26 weeks. This involves periods of both classroom teaching and school-based activities under the guidance of both school mentors and university tutors. This course leads to qualified teacher status (QTS), subject to satisfactory performance in skills tests.
Relevant Honours degree or equivalent, A-level or equivalent in the 2nd subject to be taught if relevant, and GCSE grade C English language and mathematics or equivalent. Applicants must meet the National Assembly of Wales requirements for health and physical capacity to teach. Recent experience of working with children or young people is considered valuable.
A system of continuous assessment is employed. Students must satisfy their assessors in practical teaching. There are coursework assignments that have to be completed but there are no written examinations.
All PGCE Secondary trainee teachers are entitled to a training grant which is paid monthly from October to June during the training year; the training grant for chemistry is �9,000; in addition, those who qualify in, and go on to teach, mathematics, chemistry and physics will be eligible for a teaching grant of �5,000.
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