Scholar Stories

Meet our Scholars

  • Tobyreichelt

    Toby Reichelt

    "At some point, I was no longer on tenterhooks before my sessions but instead brimming with excitement to display the lesson I produced and distribute the hand-outs that I had carefully crafted."

  • Felicia hebbes

    Felicia Hebbes

    "I never expected I would be able to plan a 50-minute lesson in 2 hours, but now it feels natural to ask for opportunities to practice and learn"

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    Muhammed Uddin

    "The most helpful part of being on the programme has to be the support that is always available, I know that come rain or shine if I needed help or support for whatever came my way, I could either contact my RTC or anyone on the FTS team and they would provide the assistance I needed."

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    Katie Karran-Antrobus

    "I think FTS has prepared me well. I think I'd have been much more nervous if I was thrown straight into it in September, having not been part of FTS."

  • Hannah ellison

    Hannah Ellison

    "Teaching is the career I wish to pursue as it allows me to face new challenges on a day-to-day basis. I believe teachers have a huge responsibility and I would love to be part of this challenge."

  • Luke berry

    Luke Berry

    "Maths is such a broad and interesting subject - the more people who can experience this and find some enjoyment from it, the better!"

  • Jamie morgan

    Jamie Morgan

    "There has been so much support both in and out of the classroom meaning the apprehension I once had about being the teacher has gone"

  • Corin allen

    Corin Allen

    "Coming back to a school to a warmer greeting and even more willingness to learn each day made me excited to get back to teaching every morning."

Have I got what it takes?

Could your school benefit from a Scholar?

  • 3 years teaching experiences in schools
  • subject specialist that is committed to teaching
  • experienced in school-led research
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