How to apply
You apply for our courses via UCAS Teacher Training. Click HERE to start your application. Find us using UCAS code 2B9.
Our last interview date for 2018/19 entry will be the 10th July 2018.
Our Entry Criteria
- Applicants should be qualified to degree level, preferably a 2:2 or above (or in their final year of University with a 2:2 or above as a predicted grade).
- For Secondary applicants your degree should be relevant to the subject you want to teach. We also consider related A-Level qualifications where your degree is not directly related for our Maths and Physics courses. All disciplines will be considered for Primary applications.
- All applicants are required to have a GCSE/O'level/iGCSE at grade C/4 or above (or international equivalent) in Maths and English.
- Primary applicants also need a GCSE/O'level/iGCSE at grade C/4 or above (or international equivalent) in Science.
Experience of being in a school and/or working with young people is preferred and will be beneficial during the application process. You can contact us to arrange school experience.
Red Kite Teacher Training are unable to issue Visas and can therefore only accept applicants who are UK or EU citizens or those who have Home/EU fee status.
We are looking for candidates who:
- Have a positive outlook
- Are passionate about making a difference to the lives and development of young people
- Are independent, resilient and adaptable
- Have good interpersonal skills
- Are friendly and approachable, with the ability to engage young people
- Are enthusiastic about their subject(s) and are continuing to develop their subject knowledge
- Are creative and imaginative
- Have good organisational skills and excellent time management skills
- Are reflective and strive to improve their own practice
- Have high standards of spoken and written English
- Demonstrate a professional attitude
- Have made a considered and informed decision to train to teach
The fee to train with Red Kite Teacher Training is £9,000 and you could be entitled to a bursary or scholarship of up to £30,000.
Bursary amounts will vary depending on your teacher training subject and degree classification. You can use your bursary to pay your fees and can apply for a student loan.