Welcome to the National Mathematics & Physics SCITT

We are the National Mathematics and Physics SCITT (NMAPS) – a School Centred Initial Teacher Training (SCITT) provider, offering subject specialist teacher training in Mathematics and Physics.

As the only school centred provider delivering dedicated Mathematics and Physics teacher training, our programme has been developed in partnership with experts from the Institute of Physics and the Mathematical Association.

Wycombe High School, an outstanding state school, is at the heart of NMAPS: an expanding network of the very best state and independent schools, delivering high quality training and support in a location close to you.

Have a look these Get into Teaching short ‘You Tube’ videos to see what teachers have to say about why they love teaching:
Why I chose to Teach
Through the eyes of a Teacher
Meet a Maths Teacher – Clare Benton
Meet a Science Teacher – Sarah Davy
For more detailed information, you may find this new longer video helpful – Get into Teaching Presentation

Feedback from Physics Trainee, Andrew

“I am only a few months into my training with the National Mathematics and Physics SCITT and so far have enjoyed every minute of it. My only regret is not making the decision to teach a few years earlier!” 

Upcoming Courses and Events

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    We are accepting applications on UCAS as normal, but have suspended our School Experience Programme until the DfE allows


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    Applications Open – Our recruitment processes may alter slightly and take a little longer now that schools are closed, but please don’t be put off …Read More
  • Oundle School to lead new Hub

    Oundle School to lead new Hub

    We are delighted to welcome Oundle School to the NMAPS family. They will be leading our seventh Hub and will offer training from September …Read More

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