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About the training provider
Sir Robert Geffery's School and Ermington School work together to provide high quality learning for their students. We suggest you look at both schools' websites and we are happy to talk to you at any stage during the application process. Working together, we can support placements in Devon or Cornwall.
As a small teaching school we can bespoke the training to meet the needs of individual students.
Students work along outstanding practitioners at Ofsted rated outstanding schools where a broad balanced curriculum is maintained. Contrasting placements are available, so that you can complete your training with a CV that will help successful job applications. with experience to make your training successful. As well as training provided by Marjons we use our own Specialist Leaders in Education to run additional curriculum courses and we support the teaching application process.
Both Ermington and Sir Robert Geffery's have been recognised in numerous ways over many years, holding Artsmark awards, Eco School awards, International Schools awards, Basic Skills Quality Mark and Sports awards. The extra curricular experiences offered enhance the creative curriculum delivered in both schools.
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Training with disabilities and other needs
The schools will work in partnership with students to meet their individual needs as required.
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