A. Advice available at Hawkley Hall High School
Our Teacher training co-ordinator, Julie Langton, can be contacted via email to discuss to answer any questions that you have regarding entering the teaching profession. Julie will advise you about your application and arrange school experience if required. Julie can be contacted via email ****** new email address here please.
B. Useful websites for further information
Getting into teaching
If you’re thinking about becoming a teacher use this site to get your questions answered and register for tailored advice from teaching experts.
To start your new career you could get a tax free bursary of up to £26,000 to train as a teacher
There’s a wide range of funding available to support your teaching career. Depending on the subject you want to teach, you could receive a generous bursary or scholarship. Alternatively, you could earn a salary while you train. As a computing, language or science teacher, you could benefit from the Teachers’ Student Loan Reimbursement Scheme, depending on location.
2018 – 19 courses
The following link directly connects you to the UCAS search tool. To view Hawkley Hall Teaching programmes search for secondary in the age range and Hawkley Hall High School in the provider section.
Click on the link to complete an online form in order to ask any questions or request support for your school.