Funding can be provided for your intitial teacher training, where eligible.
Undergraduates and postgraduates can get help with the costs of their teacher training.
You can get student finance for the following full or part-time teacher training courses if you’re an undergraduate or postgraduate:
You can apply for student finance. You’ll get the same level of student loans, grants and bursaries as other students.
You may be eligible for a training bursary from the National College for Teaching and Leadership if you’re a postgraduate. How much you get depends on your teaching subject and degree class.
School Direct Training
For more information on funding for Initial Teacher Training visit GOV.UK.
You will be paid a salary by the school in which you train. This salary will be in line with the unqualified teacher pay scale. This is the pay scale for all teachers who have not yet received qualified teacher status. You will not need to pay fees to cover the cost of your qualified teacher status (QTS) award. You will not be eligible for a training bursary.
Where you fit into these scales will depend on your position, experience and location, as well as on your individual school:
The above pay ranges are for 2016/17 and are revised annually. See here for more details.
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