The programme recruited people with PhDs to train as secondary school teachers in England. The Brilliant Club partnered with ITE providers across the country to achieve the aims of the programme and introduce highly qualified teachers into the profession.
The programme equipped them to be:
The programme imbued participants with The Brilliant Club’s mission, such that they worked to become leaders in developing students’ ambitions and achievements through evidence informed teaching and expertise.
As participants on the programme, RIS teachers completed a range of activities to achieve these aims:
We also published three issues of ‘The Researcher’, a journal of RIS participants’ research projects:
The resources available below are free to download and use.
A research project in their school investigating a particular area of pedagogy, curriculum or intervention. The button will download a zip file of resources.
A supra-curricular programme for Year 9 and 10 students based on their PhD thesis, similar to The Scholars Programme. Each button will open a zip file containing a selection of Uni Pathways handbooks.