ATT - Apply Now Form

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Ark Teacher Training

Many thanks for your interest in applying to Ark Teacher Training. We ask all applicants to begin the process by completing our eligibility form. The questions in the form relate to a combination of academic and general criteria and will allow us to assess whether you meet both the national criteria and Ark Teacher Training’s criteria.

Please ensure you read the questions carefully and answer them to the best of your knowledge.

ABOUT YOU





By providing my phone number, I am happy to be contacted by phone.










For more information on these options and what they mean, please visit https://www.arkteachertraining.org/your-training-year/funding/

Where did you hear about ATT?







We welcome applications from internal staff. Please note that if you are invited to our first round of assesment, we will ask you to let your Principal know that you have been shortlisted for our programme.

ADDRESS

This helps us match you wih a school, should you be successful with your application. If you do not yet know where you will be living during the training year, please enter into the 'postcode' field a  narrowed-down area within the Ark region that you have told us you wish to be based in.



If you don't know your postcode yet, please indicate which area of this region you'd prefer
Eligibility Questions

ELIGIBILITY QUESTIONS

National eligibility for teacher training





If you did your undergraduate degree overseas, but have the relevant NARIC documentation to provide us with later in the form, you may select 'Yes'. If you have not had your degree's equivalency confirmed by NARIC, you won't be able to complete this question.




SUBJECT KNOWLEDGE




ACADEMIC HISTORY

Degree

Overseas qualifications:
If you do not hold UK (or Irish) qualifications for your undergraduate degree or GCSE level, you will need to obtain a NARIC certificate as evidence that your qualifications are equivalent. You can do this by contacting NARIC at www.naric.org.uk.
 
If your NARIC certificate states that your English qualification ‘was studied as a second language’, we won’t be able to accept this as equivalent to English GCSE and you will need to pass an English ‘GCSE equivalency test’ before applying to our programme.
 
If you do not currently possess the required NARIC and/or English GCSE equivalency certificates, please do not proceed with your application until you have obtained them.



GCSE qualifications

Overseas qualifications:
If you do not hold UK (or Irish) qualifications for your undergraduate degree or GCSE level, you will need to obtain a NARIC certificate as evidence that your qualifications are equivalent. You can do this by contacting NARIC at www.naric.org.uk.
 
If your NARIC certificate states that your English qualification ‘was studied as a second language’, we won’t be able to accept this as equivalent to English GCSE and you will need to pass an English ‘GCSE equivalency test’ before applying to our programme.
 
If you do not currently possess the required NARIC and/or English GCSE equivalency certificates, please do not proceed with your application until you have obtained them.



In how many subjects did you obtain each of the below grades (or their equivalent)? 
Please include any English, maths and science grades in these figures
Please note: if you completed your qualifications outside the UK or Ireland and your NARIC certificate states ‘English was studied as a second language’, you must also complete an English GCSE equivalency test. Visit our website for further details on this.
A Level qualifications

Overseas qualifications:
If you do not hold UK (or Irish) qualifications for your undergraduate degree or GCSE level, you will need to obtain a NARIC certificate as evidence that your qualifications are equivalent. You can do this by contacting NARIC at www.naric.org.uk.
 
If your NARIC certificate states that your English qualification ‘was studied as a second language’, we won’t be able to accept this as equivalent to English GCSE and you will need to pass an English ‘GCSE equivalency test’ before applying to our programme.
 
If you do not currently possess the required NARIC and/or English GCSE equivalency certificates, please do not proceed with your application until you have obtained them.
In how many subjects did you obtain each of the below grades (or their equivalent)? 

EXPERIENCE




UCAS APPLICATION


CV and supporting documents

So that we can form an idea of your experience to date, please upload a copy of your most recent CV here (in either Microsoft Word or PDF format). Ensure your CV contains full details (subjects and grades) of your degree, GCSE and A level (or equivalent) qualifications and a comprehensive work history. 
If you gained your qualifications outside the UK, please ensure you also upload copies of your NARIC and/or English equivalency test certificates. 
Please note: applications with missing information will take longer to process, meaning you may experience a delay in hearing an outcome from us.

ARK SAFER RECRUITMENT

Ark Schools requires all employees to undertake an enhanced DBS check. You are required, before appointment, to disclose any unspent conviction, caution, reprimand or warning under the Rehabilitation of Offenders Act 1974 (Exemptions) Order 1975. Non-disclosure may lead to termination of employment. However, disclosure of a criminal background will not necessarily debar you from employment – this will depend upon the nature of the offence(s) and when they occurred.

In relation to the above, if you have any unspent convictions, cautions, reprimands or warnings which would not be filtered in line with current guidance, you are obliged to detail these below:



Hidden Fields






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Ark Teacher Training

EQUALITY AND DIVERSITY MONITORING

We would like to ask you a few questions which will help us to monitor our equal opportunities policy and build an accurate picture of the make-up of the workforce in encouraging equality and diversity.

Any information given in this section will not be used in the selection process. 

The information that you provide will be held separately from your application and will be used for equal opportunities monitoring purposes only.













The information in this form is for monitoring purposes only. If you believe you need a ‘reasonable adjustment’, then please discuss this the Ark Teacher Training Recruitment team.
Under the Data Protection Act 1998, the general information that you supply about yourself is known as your personal data and information about any criminal convictions, ethnic origin and health, amongst other things, is called 'sensitive personal data'.
We will process (e.g. record and use) your personal and sensitive personal data in the context of equal opportunity monitoring. 
We will not pass on your information to third parties. Your personal information will be retained only for as long as necessary to fulfil the purposes for which the information was collected, or as required by law. 
If you have any queries or requests at any time concerning your personal information held by us or our practices in this regard, please write to: 
Data Protection - Ark, 65 Kingsway, London WC2B 6TD or email foi@arkonline.org