Funding your training

Generous, tax-free funding is available to the best graduates training in a range of subjects. You could access a bursary which provides additional support and benefits throughout your training year.

Funding your training

Generous, tax-free funding is available to the best graduates training in a range of subjects. You could access a bursary which provides additional support and benefits throughout your training year.

Teacher's Salaries

When you choose to become a teacher, you’ll be joining a profession that offers a competitive starting salary with plenty of opportunity for career progression. This means you’ll not only be making a difference, but you’ll be rewarded for your contributions with excellent opportunities to climb the career ladder and receive pay rises.

Career progression
Teacher training will set you up to succeed from the very beginning. The variety of opportunities available means you’re always learning as a teacher and adding to your range of professional skills. You’ll develop the talents to succeed in your career, and realise many professional and personal ambitions.

As a newly qualified teacher you’ll begin on a salary of at least £22,467, or £28,098 in inner London. As you rise up the pay ranges, you could earn as much as £115,582 as a headteacher, in inner London. Schools now have more freedom to develop their own pay policies to attract and retain the teachers that have the greatest impact on their pupils’ learning. So what you’re paid will be linked to performance and not length of service – meaning you can increase your salary faster than ever before.

Additional rewards
In addition to the basic salary you’ll earn, there are other great benefits available including:

  • holidays – you’ll get more days than many people in other professions, though teachers work for 195 days per year in school, and tend to do some work during their holidays
  • a generous pension – when you’re employed as a teacher you’ll automatically be a member of the Teachers’ Pension Scheme
  • special educational needs (SEN) allowance – if you work as a qualified teacher with pupils with SEN, you could be eligible for an SEN allowance of no less than £2,085 and no more than £4,116 per annum
  • teaching and learning responsibility (TLR) payments – additional money if you take on more responsibilities

Financial support whilst you train

Tuition Fee Loan

Tuition Fee Loan

Tuition fee and maintenance loans are available to help you successfully complete your training year and start your new career.

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Training Bursaries

Training Bursaries

Generous, tax-free funding is available to the best graduates training in a range of subjects.

Your eligibility for financial support, and the amount you can expect to receive, will depend on the subject in which you train and your degree classification, or highest relevant academic qualification.

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For more information on training with CTG, contact us today!

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