Cash incentives for Bradford early career maths and physics teachers
A new government scheme will mean early career maths and physics teachers in the North East, Yorkshire & the Humber and all Opportunity Areas can get an additional £2,000.
This means Bradford teachers are able to benefit from this incentive.
Thousands of teachers across the country are to receive extra money to encourage and support them during the early years of their classroom careers.
Early career maths and physics teachers in the North East, Yorkshire & the Humber and Opportunity Areas will receive a £2,000 Government incentive as part of a drive to increase rates of retention among teachers of these subjects.
The initiative announced today (Thursday 23 May) will further support teachers in the areas benefitting from the Government’s £72 million Opportunity Area programme.
Backed by £10 million investment set aside from last year’s Budget, the pilot will test a new way of incentivising maths and physics teachers to remain in the profession during the first five years of their career.