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DfE: TSM data 2019/2020

25 Oct
By m.fincher
The DFE has today published details of its Teacher Supply Model forecast of the number of new ITE students required in 2019/20, alongside details of ITE allocations to programmes where recruitment is capped (undergraduate, secondary PE and EYTT).  The headline figures are that 864 additional postgraduate ITE students need to be recruited compared to the 2018/19 TSM. The figures for primary are +451 (4%) and 413 secondary (+2%). 
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Bursary Funding for ITE 2019/2020

28 Sep
By m.fincher
To access information about bursary funding for ITE in 2019/20: https://getintoteaching.education.gov.uk/funding-my-teacher-training The key figures can be found in the table below.   Eligibility 2019/2020 1 Scholarships 3 Bursaries Trainee with 1st, 2:1, 2:2, PhD or Master’s Physics £28,000 £26,000 Chemistry £28,000 £26,000 Languages 4 £28,000 5 £26,000 Computing £28,000 £26,000 Geography £28,000 £26,000 Biology – £26,000 Classics 6 – £26,000 English – £15,000 D&T, History – £12,000 Music, RE – £9,000 Primary with maths 7 – £6,000
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Final call for NaPTEC’s Annual Conference on 21st and 22nd September 2018

'Whatever happened to the broad and balanced curriculum?' led by Tony Eaude and with updates for providers from James Noble Rogers. Places are still available - closing date 14th September. For full details and to book places, please link to https://www.naptec.org.uk/upcoming-events/ 

06 Sep
By Shajna Ali
NaPTEC’s Annual Conference 2018   Final call for NaPTEC’s Annual Conference on 21st and 22nd September ‘Whatever happened to the broad and balanced curriculum?’ led by Tony Eaude and with updates for providers from James Noble Rogers. Places are still available – closing date 14th September. For full details and to book places, please link to https://www.naptec.org.uk/upcoming-events/ Upcoming NaPTEC Events — NaPTEC www.naptec.org.uk The NaPTEC conference of 2018 explores the ways in which the primary curriculum, as experienced in many schools, needs to be broadened and deepened in order to serve the needs of children growing up today.