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Interested in a teaching career? SCHOOL DIRECT INFO EVENT
Wed 21 June 2017, 16:00 – 17:00 BST
Train to teach with Learning Unlimited Teaching School Alliance in partnership with the Sheffield SCITT.
School Direct Information Event
- 100% school based training
- Working alongside outstanding primary teachers, who will mentor you
- Training facilitated by serving outstanding practitioners
- Excellent training facilities at St Thomas of Canterbury School
WHY CHOOSE THIS ROUTE?
Our approach is based on what our partnership Headteachers, who all lead “good” and “outstanding” schools are looking for in their Newly Qualified Teachers. They do not require the more expensive University based PGCE qualifications (although our course does include the opportunity to gain PGC Master’s accreditation) they far prefer teachers who have spent the whole year in school experiencing the full calendar cycle of the school year and being involved in every aspect of the professional teacher’s role in their schools. They find teachers trained by serving outstanding teachers this way are better prepared for the rigours of qualified teaching and progress more quickly in their careers in their schools. It is their preferred route for recruiting their NQTs.
WHAT IS TRAINING IN A SCITT LIKE?
You will work for a year mostly in one school slowly gaining more experience and responsibility in the classroom and being trained by serving outstanding teachers designated as Specialist Leaders of Education by the National College for Teaching and Leadership (NCTL). You will spend a short time teaching in at least one other school too.
100% SCHOOL BASED PRIMARY QTS WITH PGC
General Primary Qualification (5-11)
R E C R U I T I N G
WHAT ARE THE ENTRY QUALIFICATIONS AND EXPERIENCE I NEED?
You need a relevant degree, Maths, English and Science GCSE grade C and to pass a skills test. Recent relevant work experience is important.
WHAT ARE THE FEES AND FINANCE?
Fees are £9000 payable with student loan and bursaries.
For full details on finance visit www.education.gov.uk/get-into-teaching