There are multiple routes into teaching and we will help you navigate these. We know that searching through multiple websites can be time consuming and confusing. To make this easier, there is information about the training providers in the city, the different type of routes and a Route Finder to help you identify the best fit for you and your circumstances.
We are here to provide a clear route to your next steps as a future teacher.
Trainees may be offered the opportunity to study for 60 M-Level credits towards a Master's degree in addition to the Professional Certificate and Qualified Teacher Status awards.
Portsmouth is a place where teaching matters and you can make a difference. 90% of our schools are good or better, and education professionals are passionate about delivering the best outcomes for children and young people.
Enthusiastic heads - very approachable - very friendly and supportive of my questions
Opportunity to talk to trainees and NQTs. Opportunity to find out even more ways into teaching. More training routes than I found on my search so lot's more to think about.
The Teach Portsmouth Recruitment event provides the opportunity to meet local schools, colleges and Initial Teacher Training providers, and to find out what local schools and the City of Portsmouth can offer. On the day you'll be able to discuss and apply for current vacancies with schools and find out about CPD and routes into teaching more about teaching and living in Portsmouth.
Meet specific exhibitors and explore a range of teaching options.
Find out about current and future teaching opportunities across Portsmouth.
Speak to exhibitors who can advise on the best route into teaching.
90% of attendees would recommend the event to others.
NQT Induction in Portsmouth is generally delivered by the Portsmouth Teaching School Alliance, in partnership with Portsmouth City Council.
NQTs feel well supported during their NQT year
NQTs comment very positively about the quality of their support, their mentors and their schools
Schools apply the standards knowledgably
All NQTs receive their statutory entitlement to release from pupil contact time
2017/18 academic year
completion of NQT Induction
2018/19 academic year
predicted completion of NQT Induction
"I feel like my NQT year has been a challenge but one I have learnt many skills from, it would not have been possible without such an encouraging mentor. I am lucky to have completed it in such a caring school and have received a huge amount of advice and support from many members of staff. I am hugely grateful for the time that has been spent to help me develop as a new teacher and look forward to sharing my practice with others in years to come. I look forward to working towards the new targets set for me as both a subject leader and a teacher working within Key Stage 2."
"Another packed term which has flown by, but I feel it has been another enjoyable and successful one. I am very much enjoying my NQT year and the experiences and opportunities it is providing. I am grateful to be a NQT in such a great school and feel very supported in my role here."
"I have thoroughly enjoyed my NQT year here …and am now drawing towards the end of another busy, but fulfilling term. I have been involved in a number of transition projects with our new Year 7 intake, which, as a tutor was tremendously beneficial. I cannot thank my deputy head and my induction tutor enough for their help and guidance this year. I find myself becoming increasingly more passionate about teaching, a feeling that is shared and nurtured by my colleagues."