PE teacher training

Teaching physical education (PE) is a massively rewarding career. Not only do PE teachers help to develop students' sporting ability, but they also watch their classes grow in confidence and determination. 

"PE is more than just playing a sport, the subject helps students to grow personally and learn how to stay healthy throughout the rest of their lives." 

Benefits

Now is a great time to train to teach physics. It’s becoming increasingly popular with students and as one of the core subjects of the curriculum, schools need talented physics teachers. 

 

If you choose to train to teach physics, you could be eligible for a generous tax-free training bursary of £24,000 or a prestigious £26,000 tax-free scholarship. Find out more information about funding here.

Tax-free funding of up to £26,000 along with additional funding via Student Finance

At North East SCITT, your PGCE is awarded by, globally renowned, Durham University

Our lead school, The Academy at Shotton Hall, is one of only 23 Research Schools in the UK

Complete your initial teacher training year with North East SCITT in just 10 months

We are in partnership with over 90 education providers across the North East

Secondary teacher training courses

(11-16 with KS2 enhancement and post-16 enhancement):

 

To attain qualified teacher status, trainees will be assessed against the Teachers’ Standards in the age phases of their course. They must teach and demonstrate that they achieve the Teachers’ Standards in the specific and consecutive age ranges.