Secondary SCITT Salaried Finances for 2019-2020
Secondary SCITT Salaried is an employment-based route into teaching supported by the Department of Education.
There are no tuition fees payable on this training route.
Please note that for September 2019 all candidates applying for the SCITT Salaried Secondary PGCE route will need to have the support of a partnership school as each application will be reviewed on a case by case basis to ensure that schools have the capacity to offer placements to Salaried trainees and make a contribution towards their salary. It would be helpful if you could include any information about a supporting school in your personal statement on your UCAS form.
High Priority Secondary (Full Time Route): Maths, Physics, Chemistry, Modern Foreign Languages (MFL) and Computer Science.
In 2019-20 , the salary range for high priority subjects is from £13,623 (teaching 5 hours per week) to £17,675 (teaching 13 hours per week). 10 month contract from September to mid June. Paid 5 days a week including Core Training on a Thursday.
Priority Secondary (Full Time Route) Biology, English, History, RE, Geography, Music, Design & Technology.
In 2019-20 , the salary range for priority subjects is £13,623 (teaching 5 hours per week) to £16,791 (teaching 13 hours per week). 10 month contract from September to mid June. Paid 5 days a week including Core Training day on a Thursday.
Other secondary subjects:
Secondary SCITT Salaried training iin some subjects available on a school funded basis. If you are currently employed within a school and have some teaching experience, you should discuss school funded training options with your Headteacher before submitting an application through UCAS.
Two-year part time route:
This route is available in all secondary High Priority subjects.
High priority subjects
- Year one salary = £10,325 (0.6 fte) – 2 days per week in school + 1 day training – 12 month contract
- Year two salary = £8,604 (0.6 fte) – 3 days per week in school – 10 month contract
Information Evening - University of Suffolk 26 Mar 2019