Scholar Stories

Meet our Scholars

  • 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"

  • Rosie smart

    Rosie Smart

    "I believe that the ability to show students the aspects of physics, from the quandaries of the quantum realm to the grace of space, is what brings such interest to teaching physics."

  • 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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