Funding and Finance

Training bursaries

For the training year 2018-2019, there are government bursaries available. Please follow the following link to see what is on offer this year:

Bursaries and Funding

Tuition fees

For the academic year 2018/2019 we will be charging a tuition fee of £9250.

You may be eligible for a maintenance grant or special support but this will be determined by the Student Loan Company when you make application for your tuition fee loan. Do you like to try your luck? Go to our website and play 10 no deposit casino. Increased odds for winning!

The recommendation for Qualified Teacher Status and achievement of the Post Graduate Certificate in Education award will be withheld from any trainee who fails to honour all monetary debts.

The trainee is liable for the relevant course fees whether or not the course is completed.  If the trainee takes more than three terms to complete the training, additional tuition fees will become due.

Travel expenses

You will be expected to pay for your own travel costs, but we will make every effort to keep those costs as low as possible by aiming to place you in an appropriate school near to your home address.

Student loan for maintenance

Home students in England may also be eligible for a student maintenance loan to help towards accommodation and other living costs. Additional amounts are available to parents of one or more children in childcare and for students with caring responsibilities. This is available through Student Finance England. More information on the Student Loan for Maintenance can be found at

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Additional bursaries

An additional bursary may be available from the DfE based on the deprivation factor of the main school placement and other factors within the trainees situation. This bursary can lift trainees up a level of bursary, but the restrictions imposed by the DfE mean that this is only available for participants with a 1st class degree or Phd.

Troops to teachers

As an Armed Services leaver, you can bring invaluable skills and experiences to the classroom by training to teach – with the potential for extra funding if you’re a graduate, or the opportunity to apply for a fast-track Troops to Teachers course if you’re yet to gain a degree.
Please explore the information on the DfE website by following the link HERE


It really was a light bulb moment as I started to understand how the curriculum informs the assessment of each pupil which then feeds into planning which results in giving the pupils targets that they can meet every lesson.

Trainee 2015