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About the training provider
The New Wave Teaching School Alliance offers trainee teachers the unique opportunity to work and learn in a range of exciting and innovative primary, secondary and special schools.
The partnership consists of four high-performing primary schools, one exceptional secondary and one highly successful, outstanding graded all through special school. All the primary applications will be led by Grazebrook Primary School and all the secondary applications will be led by Mossbourne Community Academy.
The lead school, Grazebrook Primary School, Woodberry Down Community Primary School, Mossbourne Community Academy, Mossbourne Riverside and The Garden, are all outstanding schools who are leaders in their fields. All schools share a common ethos and approach to pedagogy, ensuring that pupils become confident learners achieving the highest standards possible.
As a group of schools we share the same vision for Initial Teacher Training. We are passionate about teaching, supporting and nurturing the next generation of teachers and ensure that all of our trainees receive the very best professional development. As a result of this drive to produce the very best leaders of learning, all of our 2017 / 2018 trainee cohort were graded as Outstanding.
For more information about us or the School Direct programme please visit our website of contact us on the address below.
We look forward to hearing from you.
About the accredited body
The UCL Institute of Education has been providing first-class teacher training, in partnership with schools and colleges for over 100 years and all of their Initial Teacher programmes have been rated as outstanding.
Founded in 1902, as a teacher training college in London, UCL IOE is now a world-class research and teaching institution in the heart of London. Qualified teaching graduates are highly sought after throughout London, the UK and abroad
At New Wave Teaching School we have an excellent partnership with UCL IOE which means as a trainee with us you will receive high-quality support from the start.
Training with disabilities and other needs
At New Wave Teaching School, we welcome applications from graduates with disabilities. We fundamentally believe that there is an important place for teachers with disabilities within the teaching profession and our schools are committed to supporting future trainees fully.
If potential applicants are interested in finding out more information about ways in which we can support, please do get in touch.
All information will be treated sensitively and in confidence.
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East Bay Lane, London E15 2GW
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