Applications for those looking to begin teacher training in September are now closed.
We just thought you would like to know that we are still recruiting trainees for September 2020. Interviews are taking place on-line and some of the questions are emailed to you in advance....
As a SCITT, we are taking part in a pilot programme run by the Department of Education called Apply for teacher training and eventually it will replace the application process that is currently led by UCAS Teacher Training....
Just thought we would let you know that we are hosting two webinars in the very near future about what is involved in teacher training and any questions you might have about making an application etc....
Writing your personal statement as part of your UCAS application can be a bit overwhelming although the Department of Education's website does give some good guidance about it https://getintoteaching.education.gov....
We were delighted to welcome Tom Sherrington as our keynote speaker at our second celebratory birthday event on Tuesday 8th October in Suffolk. Tom shared many of his key ideas with us from his book The Learning Rainforest....
Our first 20th Anniversary celebration with Dame Alison Peacock, CEO of Chartered College on Tuesday 1st October.
We were delighted to welcome Dame Alison Peacock to our first celebration event in Norwich on Tuesday 1st October who delivered a keynote to our guests about the work of the Chartered College of Teaching and what it can offer to trainee ...
Relationships matter - what our research has told us about how important social and professional networks are for a trainee teacher
‘Relationships are a key determinant of our wellbeing. Identity, security, purpose, belonging and happiness are all bound up in the relationships we forge and sustain’ ( from The Relational Lens, 2017 p. 5 reference details at end)....
Our Secondary SCITT Leader was interviewed by the EADT in January about how teaching is a positive career and one that should be valued by all. You can read the article here Link to article