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Teaching maths in secondary schools is exciting and dynamic. Youngsters need to handle complex day-to-day maths in this new tech-driven world and you can help them.  Your excellent subject knowledge (graduating with a 2:1 or higher, or postgraduate qualification) and first class communication skills will inspire passion and confidence in the next generation.  

 

Type of opportunity offered

> Graduate Schemes 2017- 2018

> Postgraduate study/Professional training

 

Sector offered

> Teaching   

 

About Maths Teaching Scholarships

Teaching maths in secondary schools is exciting and dynamic. Youngsters need to handle complex day-to-day maths in this new tech-driven world and you can help them. Your excellent subject knowledge (graduating with a 2:1 or higher, or postgraduate qualification) and first class communication skills will inspire passion and confidence in the next generation.

The Maths Scholars scheme has been designed to encourage bright, creative and passionate graduates to join the maths teaching profession and make a profound difference to the next generation's vision, employment chances and overall mathematical knowledge.

We'll help you develop thought leadership and influencer skills within maths teaching. We encourage you to use your passion, flair & creativity to find ways to engage, enthuse, encourage and inspire future generations. Becoming a scholar means you will:

• Join a like-minded and passionate community of your peers and wider Maths enthusiasts
• Access superb professional resources with two years free membership of professional bodies
• Receive support, inspiration and new ideas
• Possess a CV that sets you apart from the crowd
• Be an award winner in your chosen field.
• Access to CPD events arranged and run by specialists in maths education
• £25,000 tax free in your training year (replaces any bursary entitlement) 

 

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