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Teacher - Level 6 - Apprenticeship Standard
Educating young people to achieve the highest possible standards
- grade 4 or equivalent in GCSE English and mathematics
- all who intend teach pupils aged 3-11 should have achieved a standard equal to a Grade 4 GCSE in a science subject
- a degree (orequivalent) for entry to graduate Initial Teacher Training programmes
- assessed as suitable to teach by accredited Initial Teacher Training providers
- passed the national professional numeracy and literacy skills tests
These entry criteria have statutory force under The Education (School Teachers’ Qualifications) (England) Regulations 2003.
Achievement of QTS (Qualified Teacher Status) – awarded by the National College for Teaching and Learning – will be a mandatory requirement for apprentices’ successful completion of the course.
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