Teach Maths Or Physics
Teach Maths Or Physics As Part Of A UK Government Supported Programme
Are you a qualified Maths or Physics teacher from Australia, New Zealand, Canada or the USA?
Would you like to work in the East of England or London in one of our partner schools?
Why choose the NELTA international teacher recruitment programme
- Fully funded and supported by the UK Government.
- Be matched to a suitable school.
- Five-day residential acclimatisation event hosted at the University of Roehampton, close to Richmond Park in South London – fully funded (food and accommodation) by the Department for Education.
- Continuous Professional Development.
- Ongoing support and personal mentorship.
- Teach in a leading school in London or South-East England, carefully matched to your development and suited to your personality and skill set.
- Participate in an outstanding, subject-specific professional development training week.
- Nurturing support and individual mentorship from your school and the NELTA professional development team.
Our recruitment partners
- Point to Point, our recruitment agency partners ‘provide an unrivalled end to end service from our team who are made up of recruitment experts and former teachers, most of who have taught all over the world personally themselves.
- For further information about this programme please follow the link below:
DfE endorsed International Teacher Recruitment programme
Do you want: Highly trained Mathematics and Physics teachers with QTS recognition from Australia, New Zealand, USA and Canada.
Available for September 2018
Fully funded – you only pay for salary and if appropriate the certificate of sponsorship (agency fees and NELTA acclimatisation/on-going support is fully funded by the DfE).
NELTA and Point to Point, our DfE appointed recruitment agency partner, are pleased to have secured a bid to work together on a Department for Education funded teacher recruitment programme across the East of England and North East London.
NELTA is a large teaching alliance working within and beyond the London Borough of Redbridge and is also an accredited provider of initial teacher training (Ofsted Outstanding November 2017).
Point to Point, our recruitment agency partners ‘provide an unrivalled end to end service from our team who are made up of recruitment experts and former teachers, most of who have taught all over the world personally themselves’.
We are working with Teaching Schools Council East to support us in matching supply to school demand. NELTA, the Institute of Physics and the London North East Maths Hub will also be supporting our team of international Maths and Physics teachers with acclimatisation and ongoing CPD support.
Please email firstname.lastname@example.org for further information.
East of England and North East London
Local Authority Areas Covered
- Barking and Dagenham
- Tower Hamlets
- Waltham Forest
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