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Xavier Teach Southeast

The Teacher Apprenticeship was launched in September 2018 and this gives schools an opportunity to use apprenticeship funding (the apprenticeship levy) for training.  Apprentice teachers will have to meet the same statutory requirements for entry as all other ITT programmes and will be assessed against the Teachers’ Standards  through the Teach SouthEast curriculum.

Being an Apprentice (similarly to a Salaried trainee) means that you are employed by your placement school and receive a salary (UQ1) whilst working towards gaining QTS. This route is available for both primary and secondary teaching and is competitive and subject to school availability. It is often most suitable for a trainee with significant school-based relevant experience.

On successful completion of the course, apprentices will also complete an end-point assessment (EPA) after the summer to consolidate learning from initial teacher training.

Fees for the programme
QTS only £7200 (covered by the school levy)