As a leading scientific membership society, one of our core aims is to secure a flourishing future for physics. We want exceptional physics and engineering graduates in the classroom, developing the next generation of physicists and engineers. We're even offering £28,000 tax-free scholarships and school experience placements to...Read more
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Why teach? Physics teachers use their degree every day, they are able to inspire the next generation, and there are excellent career development opportunities. What’s more, there are options to train to teach with £30,000 tax-free funding in schools and universities throughout England. Hear from three physics teachers about what they enjoy most about teaching: The Institute of Physics is awarding scholarships worth £30,000 funding and support to...
Added: 11th April 2017
In this blog, Siobhan, an IOP Teacher Training Scholar, tells us why she chose teaching. I’ve always been fascinated by physics and our universe, and decided to train as a teacher as I’m really keen to share all the cool, exciting parts of physics with students who may not have come across them so far. Physics also gives students vital skills such problem-solving and analytical thinking. Even if they don’t remember many of the facts or equations they’re taught, I...
Added: 26th January 2017
Ahead of the final application deadline for the Institute of Physics Teacher Training Scholarship on 1 August 2016, our Project Coordinator, Layo, offers advice about how to prepare for the assessment day. The scholarships that we award are funded by the government’s Department for Education and worth £30,000, including IOP support such as mentoring, to those who are training, in England, to teach physics in secondary school. (Photo: Successful scholars are invited to a...