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Teach Manchester School Direct Open Evening (Secondary)
Wed 19 April 2017, 16:30 – 18:00 BST
Teach Manchester is committed to the vision of outstanding education for all children in every school. Join us as a trainee teacher to begin your career and become a part of this vision.
Teach Manchester offers a School Direct Route of Initial Teacher Training. School Direct is a year long postgraduate route to qualified teacher status which is led by a school alliance. In this route your training programme is designed by the alliance to help you meet the requirements for the award of Qualified Teacher Status and a 60 Masters Credit postgraduate certificate in education (PGCE).
Teach Manchester’s School Direct programme is designed to develop the skills our schools are looking for in a newly qualified teacher (NQT). We have obtained a 100% employment rate for our trainees in the September after graduation.
You’ll become a part of your main placement school team from September. You will receive intensive support from our experienced team of teachers and mentors from the beginning of your placement. You’ll build your skills through observation, reflection, and attendance at both alliance led training sessions and university led sessions. This will support you in building your skill set towards teaching whole lessons, and then onto a significant timetable by the end of the year.
Come along to our drop in session to find out more about routes into teaching, the application process and the secondary initial teacher training offered by Teach Manchester.
Those interested in Primary sessions; or who can't make this session but would like to attend a future session can join our mailing list here to be notified when further events are scheduled: http://eepurl.com/cCiIt1
Key Features of Teach Manchester School Direct Programmes
- Primary and Secondary programmes offered
- Collaborative taught programme comprising of both expert school based practitioner led sessions and university led sessions
- Postgraduate Certificate in Education (PGCE) awarded by our university partners
- Support from our experienced team of school based mentors
- Flexible pace of in school work to enable you to embed and develop skills
- Placements in at least two alliance schools
- 100% employment rate of our trainees into NQT posts for past 3 years
Representatives from across the alliance will be on hand to talk to you about your individual circumstances and the application process during the drop in session. Please do feel free to bring a draft of your personal statement, or specific questions you'd like answered. A presentation will run at 17:15 containing general information on routes, on school direct and the Teach Manchester offer specifically.
Registration is preferred to help us us to plan the appropriate staffing levels, however if you have not registered you are still welcome to come and see us.
Can I still apply for 2017 entry?
This depends on the subject that you wish to teach. Some subjects are now full and closed on UCAS for 2017 entry with us. Other subjects do still have places available; but this can change as the national cap on places is reached. We will endevour to keep this list up to date and contact those who have registed with a specific subject.
- Biology - places available
- Computing and ICT - places available
- Drama - course full; no places for 2017
- English - places available
- Geography - places available
- History - very limited places available
- Maths - places available
- Modern Languages - places available
- PE - very limited places for 2017
- Physics - places available
- Religious Education - places available
If you are looking for 2018 entry; you are welcome to come and see us. You will be able to apply to providers once UCAS opens in October 2017 for September 2018 entry.
What time should I arrive?
A presentation will be run 17:15 and staff will be on hand between 4:30 and 6pm. We recommend that you arrive no later than 5:45pm. There is no requirement to stay for the full time slot; if we've answered your questions, do feel free to leave.
Is there parking at the venue?
St Peter's has a car park which is accessed from Kirkmanshulme Lane. We anticipate that there will be space for most visitors, however this cannot be guaranteed. Street parking in the immediate vicinity of the school is without restriction.
Can I get there by Public Transport?
St Peter's is a short walk from Belle Vue Train Station. It can also be accessed by bus from Stockport Road (the A6) such as the 192 from Piccadilly to Stockport Route. Alternatively, it is a short walk from the buses which run down Hyde Road (A57) such as the 201, 203.