Train to Teach
Train to teach at Oasis Academy Warndon for a rewarding career with specialist support to become the best!
Become a primary school teacher in 2020. We have places available on our full time primary teacher training programme.
Why choose to train at Oasis?
We are one of the largest Multi-Academy Trusts in England.
We were established in 2004 with a vision to create "Exceptional Education at the Heart of the Community" and have since grown into a family of 52 academies. We currently serve over 28,000 young people, 49% of whom are from disadvantaged backgrounds and 31% speak English as an additional language. Oasis is at the forefront of educational innovation and cutting edge research with outcomes in the primary sector increasing year on year. Oasis Academy Warndon has consistently produced results above the national expectations and is an exciting place to learn to teach.
We are determined to raise the educational bar for all our students and to close the educational gap that exists between disadvantaged students and their more privileged counterparts. All of our academies and staff Oasis Community Learning become part of the Oasis family of charities, established on five continents. This means there are lots of opportunities to get involved and to make impact beyond your academy, at both a local and global level.
The exceptional education we offer is a starting point for providing so much more within our Hubs and communities.
We believe that this wider inclusive experience is not only an important feature of our academies, it is the unique selling point of Oasis Community Learning.
Teaching is an immensely rewarding career, where you use your skills to inspire young people and give something back to the community. There aren't many careers where you play such a role in other's lives, and get the chance to make a difference to the development of children and young adults.
Competitive Salaries and Benefits
A teacher can earn a competitive salary. You have a generous pension and can receive a bursary of up to £26k while you train.
Career Progressions and Quality of Life
Teaching is a flexible job, if you have a family you get to share their holidays and time much or your work around them outside of standard school hours.
There are numerous progression routes, with responsibilities for subjects, pastoral care, professional development and more, as well as school leadership.
Choose your future
Teach Primary : Find out more
Primary routes focus on the study of teaching in all Primary National Curriculum subjects, with emphasis on the core subjects English, Maths, Science. The Primary Key Stage 1 /Key Stage 2 course (5-11) includes a specialist study of the early years foundation stage (EYFS) curriculum and the distinctive pedagogies encountered in reception/nursery classrooms as well as a KS3 experience. You will learn the principles of curriculum design and delivery, and theories of learning and teaching, alongside developing practical insights and skills in the effective teaching and assessment of young children through practical school based experience.
You will be offered a series of learning experiences linking different perspectives on primary teaching to aid the development of your professional skills in the classroom and lead you towards successfully achieving Qualified Teacher Status by meeting the required National Teacher Standards.
More details can be found by searching for us on the UCAS website.
Course with Lead School UCAS P/C
UCAS Code (f/t)
Oasis Academy Warndon 7K9