The Princethorpe Foundation is a great place to work - across our four schools we have over 200 talented members of staff, in a variety of teaching and support roles.
The Foundation values its staff and offers a rewarding benefits package including discounted school places, a pension scheme, child care vouchers and a cycle to work scheme.
If you are interested in joining our friendly and professional team check this page regularly for new vacancies.
Teaching at Princethorpe
If you are interested in teaching opportunities at Princethorpe College why not take a look at our new Teaching at Princethorpe College brochure, please click here.
Our next Taste of Teaching at Princethorpe event will take place on Thursday 25 February 2021. Further details will follow shortly.
Training To Become A Teacher at Princethorpe
Thinking of becoming a teacher? Then why not consider training at Princethorpe College.
Whether you are a new graduate or contemplating a career change, we have opportunities available across the subjects but particularly for those with a Maths or Science degree.
Though our association with the Lion Alliance, we offer a year’s training as part of the School Direct scheme, leading to Qualified Teacher Status. Placements would be at Princethorpe and also at other schools within the Lion Alliance. Our training is supported by Warwick University, Birmingham City University and by our experienced mentors here.
Now in its third year our successful scheme also attracts bursaries from the government of between £7,000 and £24,000 to support those training in Chemistry, Computing, Maths, Physics, Languages and Biology.
Our Assistant Head for Teaching and Learning, Dr Liz Pyne is happy to offer advice about the different routes into teaching and what Princethorpe can offer you. Please email: firstname.lastname@example.org
Further information about the Lion Alliance can be found here: www.thelionalliance.co.uk
Information about Getting into Teaching and possible bursaries can be found here: https://getintoteaching.education.gov.uk/