“The quality of training across the partnership is outstanding. A fully comprehensive training programme is in place and ensures complete coverage of the primary curriculum.” Ofsted 2017
This programme aims to support you to become an outstanding primary class teacher, whilst developing your knowledge in maths, with the view that you will use this specialism to impact on our schools as you progress through your career.
You will have the opportunity to access specialist training days and experiences to develop your specialism in Maths, overseen by a national mastery specialist teacher. The programme aims to support you to become an outstanding primary class teacher, developing your knowledge in maths, with the view that you will use this specialism to impact on our schools as you progress through your career.
Our SCITT / School Direct training route provides all trainees with a blend of school experience underpinned by an innovative and thorough taught programme, leading to the award of QTS and a PGCE, with our partners Nottingham Trent University.
Trainees spend the greatest proportion of their time in school – please see ‘how placements work’.
The taught programme is delivered by outstanding practitioners, who work as teachers in our schools and as leaders of their subjects. This includes English, Maths, Science, Teaching & Learning, Inclusion and the Foundation Subjects – all up to date theory and practice that is being used with high impact in our schools now. As practising teachers who also guide other schools, our trainers have a wealth of current experience and ideas that you can use. The taught days, alongside a range of fun and immersive opportunities, including our residential, will ensure that you remain motivated throughout the programme and driven to become an exceptional teacher:
“Laura, Tom and Cath inspired us throughout the programme, kept us going when things got hard and gave us new and innovative ideas to try in the classroom”- ILTT Trainee
Nottingham Trent University provide the PGCE qualification, which brings 60 masters credits. Sessions on campus give you academic underpinning to your teaching practice, with two assignments that weave into your experience in school. The first module takes place with the general primary course and covers Learning Theory, the second module and research project focuses on Maths.
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