Welcome to the National Mathematics & Physics SCITT
The National Mathematics and Physics SCITT (NMAPS) offers unparalleled and high quality teacher training, led by Mathematics and Physics experts from the best schools nationally in a unique collaboration between the state and independent sectors, and in partnership with subject associations such as The Mathematical Association and The Institute of Physics.
By training high quality teachers of Mathematics and Physics it will, over time, raise the standard of teaching, and student outcomes, in Mathematics and Physics nationally.
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Feedback from the Institute of Physics
“The IOP welcomes a new model of initial teacher education which includes a rich offering of subject specific knowledge and pedagogy. We look forward to working with the National SCITT to ensure the best possible progression of their participants into the profession though our networks and events.”
Charles Tracy, Head of Education at the Institute of Physics
Tue16Oct20181115 - 1400Wycombe High School
Maths and Physics School Experience Taster Session - Wycombe High School
Come and find out more about Physics/Maths Teaching at one of our School Experience Taster Sessions. The session will begin with a general introduction to the NMAPS teacher training programme, before giving you the opportunity to observe two contrasting Maths/Physics lessons at Wycombe High School.
We have 5 places available for each subject. Please book your place via the 'Get into Teaching' School Experience Programme website at: https://getintoteaching.education.gov.uk/school-experience
Please note that when you register with 'Get into Teaching' you must have indicated that you intend to start teaching in 2019, or you will not be able to book any visits. You may also need to increase the distance you are searching on depending on the postcode you are searching from. If you encounter any problems, please call the Get into Teaching helpline on 0800 389 2500.