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Maths/Physics teachers - claim your £2000 bonus from the DfE NOW

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noblegiraffe Sat 01-Feb-20 10:49:19

Maths and Physics teachers are being given a £2000 bonus by the DfE.

You have to have completed your teacher training 2015 onwards and you have to be working in a state school in certain areas of the country (details in link)

www.gov.uk/government/publications/additional-payments-for-teaching-eligibility-and-payment-details/claim-a-payment-for-teaching-maths-or-physics-eligibility-and-payment-details

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noblegiraffe Sat 01-Feb-20 10:49:52

Of course it pisses me off that there’s nothing for more experienced maths/physics teachers.

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StainlessSteelCat Sat 01-Feb-20 10:56:01

Click bait wink I'm another one far too experienced to be worthy of any additional payment.

noblegiraffe Sat 01-Feb-20 10:57:25

If I put all the exclusions in the thread title, it ended up far too long!

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noblegiraffe Sat 01-Feb-20 10:57:52

Physics teachers may also get their student loan payments repaid www.mumsnet.com/Talk/the_staffroom/3811261-MFL-Science-Computing-teachers-DfE-to-pay-back-your-student-loans

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quirrels Sun 02-Feb-20 16:43:51

This was actually announced last May. DS teaches maths in one of those areas and qualifies for it, registered last year and was hoping to get it last September.

noblegiraffe Sun 02-Feb-20 16:58:24

It looks like you’ll be able to collect it every year.

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