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About the training provider
We are a partnership of schools in the Bishop's Stortford, Sawbridgeworth and Harlow area who collaborate to provide teacher training for graduates who would like to teach in either the primary or secondary schools.
Our aim is to spot and nurture the outstanding teachers of the future, giving them the best possible training and support in their early career. Our training is led exclusively by serving practitioners in our family of schools and training takes place entirely in school settings.
We offer training in the a wide range of secondary school subjects and primary age groups leading to Qualified Teacher Status (QTS). Our training pathways are tailor made, with salaried and fee-paying options to gain QTS and the possibility of gaining experience in a second subject area to improve employability.
You can depend on the best support in BSET schools. Training is hard work and you will need the support of an excellent mentor. All of our mentors are excellent practitioners and they are very experienced as we are used to working with over fifty teacher trainees every year.
You will also get to work with fantastic, positive young people - our area is culturally diverse and educational aspirations are high amongst young people and their parents.
We welcome visits during the school day, so why not contact us and see these fantastic young people as they learn.
Visit our website for further details -http://www.bsetscitt.co.uk/
Training with disabilities and other needs
Our SCITT welcomes all with out prejudice and such caters for a wide range of trainee disability. The SCITT recognises it has a duty to make reasonable adjustments to prevent a disabled person from being placed at a substantial disadvantage by any physical feature of the premises, or by any provision, criterion or practice of the school. Provision is made through occupational health referral for trainees who need additional support,
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||Leventhorpe School, Cambridge Road, Sawbridgeworth CM21 9BY
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