Lionheart Teach is the Leicester and Leicestershires School Direct Initial Teacher Training run by the Lionheart Educational Trust. Our Trust seeks to develop excellent teachers to work within our partnership and provide our students with the high quality teaching that secures academic excellence and holistic development. The school direct partnership works with our family of schools across Leicester & Leicestershire to develop trainee teachers to teach across different settings in our valued communities.
Our Trust is built on a perfect balance of Academic Excellence and Holistic Development. We realise the importance of delivering quality first teaching; developing well-rounded young people and preparing them for life beyond education.
We aim to provide you with an excellent experience, developing your subject specialism and approach to teaching with our team of experts. We pride ourselves on delivering a personalised programme where you can thrive and realise your passion to become a teacher who makes a real difference and positively impact on the lives of others.
Beauchamp College, an 11-18 school, Oadby
Beauchamp City Sixth Form, Leicester City Centre
The Castle Rock School, 11-18 school, Coalville
The Cedars Academy, 11-19 school, Birstall
Humphrey Perkins, 11-16 school, Barrow upon Soar
Judgemeadow Community College, 11-16 school, Evington
The Martin High School, 11-19 school, Anstey
The Newbridge School, 11-16 school, Coalville
Sir Jonathan North Girl’s College, 11-16 girls’ school, Leicester
There are 5 primaries in The Trust:
Brockshill Primary, Oadby
Broom Leys School, Coalville
Hallam Fields Primary, Birstall
Highcliffe Academy, Birstall
Riverside Primary, Birstall
About the accredited body
Nottingham Institute of Education (NIoE) at Nottingham Trent University is one of the foremost providers of education and training for teachers and other learning professionals. Their courses and research span all phases of learning and development.
They have partnership links with over 600 schools and institutions. Their latest Ofsted inspection praised these partnerships, recognising the strength of their links with local schools and the range of specialist placements for trainee teachers.
NIoE has a growing international reputation, but still retains a strong local presence. Staff work regularly in schools, helping to improve practice, raise standards, and change lives.