TRAIN WITH THE BEST, TO BE THE BEST!

The UCAS application window is now open.

FOR MORE INFORMATION CONTACT US ON: 0161 624 1484

OR EMAIL US ON: RECRUITMENT@MANCHESTERNEXUS.COM

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Do you have what it takes to be a role model to thousands of young people?

As a teacher you have the opportunity to change a child’s life forever.

It takes a very special person to be a great teacher. Great teachers love their subjects and inspire young people and their colleagues to love learning too.

They are committed to ensuring every child succeeds, regardless of their background.

Great teachers equip young people with the knowledge, skills and experiences they need to make informed choices about their futures.

And have a lot of fun along the way.

‘Mrs McMillan, my maths teacher was the only teacher that worked out I had potential and was far more academic than I had been labelled. She pushed the hell out of me! Sure it was only to push me from a D to a C but I know that was a sign of care for me as an individual. What she did for me inspired me to do what I’m doing now, without a doubt.’
Shaun Lever, Commercial DJ and recent Trainee Teacher

‘Miss Beryl Gresty was my French teacher in my first year at Secondary School. I broke my knee and was off for eight weeks, returning just before the French exam. When the results came out she praised everyone but singled me out saying; “especially Marie Claire (we all had to have French names) after being absent and missing so much.” I have never forgotten her and how she made me feel on a nervous return to classes. Encouragement is precious.’
Mary Maden, Chairman of AODS

‘Mrs.Tempest encouraged me to join the cross country team in Primary school. Not only did she make me believe in myself and my ability but also that I could beat the boys! Thanks to her I still run today. She helped shape my identity and gave me something to be proud of.’
Emma Tolond (MA Student)

And the best teachers get the best rewards.

Working with young people is fun! They are creative, inquisitive and inspiring, meaning no two days are ever the same. You will never ever spend your days clock watching.

The potential for career progression in Teaching is vast. Typically, the best teachers are in positions of leadership within 4 years of their training. There are many opportunities for career diversification too; as a teacher you will develop a skillset which is highly sought after by the world’s best employers. And we didn’t even mention the potential for long summer holidays travelling the world!!

But if you can help to develop one child’s self-confidence so they can make friends, or stop just one child from dropping out, or enable one child to get the grades to go to university, you will gain the best rewards: those that can’t be measured.

If you’ve got what it takes, it’s the best job in the world.

Did you know the average Teacher earns £37,400 with the highest paid advanced practitioners earning £65,000 and Head Teachers over £110,000?

Find Out More on the Get Into Teaching website >

TRAIN WITH THE BEST, TO BE THE BEST!

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You can train in the following subjects:

Primary: 5-11 yrs
Secondary: 11-16 yrs
Social Science: 14-18 yrs

The links below will direct you to the UCAS application website. You can copy your desired course code to make finding your course a little easier.
Remember to search for courses under ‘Manchester Nexus SCITT’.

Art & Design

UCAS COURSE CODE:
334D

Biology

UCAS COURSE CODE:
334B

Chemistry

UCAS COURSE CODE:
3349

Computer Science

UCAS COURSE CODE:
3348

Design & Technology

UCAS COURSE CODE:
3346

English

UCAS COURSE CODE:
3345

Geography

UCAS COURSE CODE:
334J

History

UCAS COURSE CODE:
334G

Maths

UCAS COURSE CODE:
3344

MFL

UCAS COURSE CODE:
3343

Music

UCAS COURSE CODE:
3342

Physical Education

UCAS COURSE CODE:
334F

Physics

UCAS COURSE CODE:
333Z

RS

UCAS COURSE CODE:
333Y

Social Science

UCAS COURSE CODE:
334K

Primary General

UCAS COURSE CODE:
334L

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