Chemistry teacher training
As teaching chemistry requires great talent, the rewards that come with the role are equally as great. Chemistry teaching jobs are always in demand and therefore you will become a real asset to your school, by using your expertise to help shape the futures of the next generations.
"What can be better than coming to work each day to inspire children to be interested in what makes them and the world around them?"
Good chemistry teachers are always in high demand and you could be entitled to up to £34,000 to train to teach chemistry, this includes a tax-free bursary of £26,000 while you train to teach and a further tax-free sum of £6,000 once in teaching. Alternatively, you could be entitled to a prestigious tax-free scholarship of £28,000 as well as the £6,000 in your first teaching year. Find out more information about funding here.
Brush up on your subject knowledge
You may be eligible for a subject knowledge enhancement (SKE) programme before you start your teacher training year. The programmes are available to enhance or refresh subject knowledge. Find out more information here.