Teacher Subject Specialism Training (TSST): Physics
Delivered by schools, and approved and funded by the Department for Education, TSST programmes are free to participants and ours takes place throughout the course of the year.
Physics TSST Courses aim to improve the physics subject knowledge of:
- Established teachers who are new to teaching physics
- NQTs that do not have a specialism in Physics
- Teachers returning to teaching physics
They are designed to enable non-specialists either to take on physics teaching as an additional specialism or to retrain as a physics specialist teacher. In addition, they can support teachers who wish to return to the profession after a period away from the classroom.
Now in its third year of delivering this course, Northern Lights TSA is delighted to continue to offer this opportunity to participants as a series whole day and afternoon sessions. This year it will be hosted at John Smeaton Academy in Leeds, with participants are being guided through a sequence of lessons led by leading Educational Consultant and former Head of Science, Andrea Mapplebeck. (insert pen portrait).
This course has been community approved by the Institute of Physics and exceeds the minimum specification outlined by the National College of Teaching and Learning. We have worked with our partners at Sheffield Hallam University to design this engaging course. In addition, with over 10 years experience as part of the Science Learning Partnership we will use the Impact Toolkit throughout the course to ensure maximum benefit for you, your pupils and your school. We will also support you in completing the Nationally Accredited STEM educators scheme through this course.
For more information on this scheme please click here: www.stem.org.uk/stem-educators