About the training provider
Ryders Hayes School was one of the first Teaching Schools in the country, gaining the status in 2011. We are a National Teaching School with a strong culture of staff development and have joined forces with other local good and outstanding schools to create a strong and diverse Teaching School Alliance offering added value to the training experience.
The Ryders Hayes Partnership strongly believes in creating a ‘best fit’ between the host school and the School Direct trainee, in the belief that they are one of the staff team and a potential employee. Carefully planned induction and expert mentoring are key to our trainees success.
Training will be delivered by the lead school from expert facilitators, providing an outstanding ‘hands-on’ school-based experience. A bespoke training package for each trainee, including additional support in specialist subjects, promotes access to all aspects of school life.
Where suitable vacancies arise, an offer of employment at the end of the training will be made by the host school, or assistance given with gainful employment within its alliance of schools. We have extremely high employment rate for our trainees.
Our School Direct trainees feel like members of staff; with support from their peers; the staff and University team; have weekly school practice in their school; and find themselves positioned at the forefront of education, well prepared as much sought after and highly employable teachers.
Training with disabilities and other needs
We are fully accessible to all and will make reasonable adjustments where required.
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||Gilpin Crescent, Pelsall, Walsall WS3 4HX
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