What you could earn on our Training Programme
On our fully funded teacher training programme, you get a salary from day one in the classroom.
Find out what you could earn if you join the programme in 2024.
During your first year of the Training Programme, you'll be at point two on the unqualified teacher scale if teaching secondary, and point one if teaching primary / early years.
Primary / early years salary for your first year
- Inner London: £25,831
- Outer London: £24,415
- London fringe: £21,933
- Rest of England: £20,598
Secondary salary for your first year – maths, science and modern foreign languages teachers
- Inner London: £30,557
- Outer London: £29,141
- London fringe: £26,656
- Rest of England: £25,323
Secondary salary for your first year – all other subjects
- Inner London: £28,194
- Outer London: £26,779
- London fringe: £24,293
- Rest of England: £22,961
This will then rise in year two to a minimum of point one on the classroom teacher scale.
- Inner London: at least £36,745
- Outer London: at least £36,320
- London fringe: at least £33,150
- Rest of England: at least £31,737
You’ll also get corporate coaching worth an estimated £900 and a fully funded teaching qualification.
Salary prospects for teachers in England
Once you finish our Training Programme, you’ll be a qualified teacher.
You could earn up to £56,959 (inner London) or £46,525 (rest of England).
Salaries for leadership roles in teaching
Our trainees are more than seven times more likely to progress to senior leadership early in their career.
If you progress to become a leading practitioner, you could earn up to £81,051 (inner London) or £72,085 (rest of England).
Headteachers earn up to £139,891 (inner London) or £131,056 (rest of England).
More about the Training Programme
- What you could earn
- Eligibility requirements
- Where in the country you could teach
- What happens on the Training Programme
- How our trainees become leaders