Campus Stockton Teaching Alliance and York St John University work in partnership to deliver quality teacher training and education which leads to a PGCE with QTS.
Campus Stockton Teaching Alliance offers fantastic training opportunities. The schools provide a variety of educational contexts with students coming from a wide range of socio economic backgrounds and circumstances.
Campus Stockton Teaching Alliance staff have a wealth of experience of training high quality primary and secondary teachers. Each school has trained professional and subject mentors who will support you through every step of your training.
The Partner Schools for primary are:
Junction Farm, Kirklevington, Layfield, Whinstone, Levendale, The Links, The Village, Bewley, Bader, Levendale, Barleyfields, Durham Lane, St Mary’s, Chandlers Ridge, Teesside High Independent School
The Partner Schools for secondary are:
Conyers (11-18), Egglescliffe (11-18), Northfield, All Saints, Ian Ramsey, Trinity, St Peters and Teesside High Independent School. Stockton Sixth Form College also offer 16-19 enhancement. Abbey Hill Academy also offer enhanced experience working in specific SEND setting.
Detailed information about Campus Stockton Teaching Alliance Partners, the training programme, student teacher evaluations, and general information for applicants, can be found on our comprehensive website:
About the accredited body
York St John University Initial Teacher Education (ITE) partnership works with approximately 450 schools across 15 local authorities.
Ofsted recently rated the partnership as “highly respected in our region, with outstanding leaders who have clear vision, relentless drive and well targeted actions. The university, teaching school alliances and schools demonstrate a common vision and shared commitment to teacher training …the university provides strong institutional support for initial teacher education. Employment rates are high across training routes because the partnership meets the needs of schools within the region and beyond”.