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Researchers in Schools (RIS) Programme Talk
Domain: D3 Engagement and impact

TACE: C - Completion

Format: Talk
Suitable for: Late

Are you interested in teaching after completing your PhD? The Researchers in Schools (RIS) Programme offers a tailored route into teaching exclusively for PhD graduates. It is designed to utilise your academic expertise to the benefit of pupils, schools and universities.

The Programme is three years long, with participants achieving Qualified Teacher Status (QTS) in their first year and completing their Newly Qualified Teacher (NQT) year in year two. As a subject leader within your school, you’ll help support pupils, regardless of background, to excel and progress to higher education.

RIS are recruiting candidates and will be giving a talk at the Doctoral Academy, which will cover the many unique benefits the Programme can offer you including:
• generous funding, supported by the Department for Education
• structured teacher training
• protected time to focus on improving outcomes for pupils from underrepresented backgrounds, promoting university access and research
• the honorary academic status awarded from a research-intensive university

For more information about the RIS Programme, visit here.