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About the training provider
Ignite Teaching School Alliance has an excellent local reputation for providing training of the highest quality. Many of our trainees are employed in local schools once they have completed their training year. Trainees are supported by school mentors but also a range of staff who have a range of experience in schools as either headteachers, members of senior leadership teams and other leadership position so have a wealth of experience to share with trainees.
About the accredited body
Suffolk and Norfolk Secondary School Centred Initial Teacher Training
Training with disabilities and other needs
We are committed to supporting all trainees based on their individual needs. Plans are developed with trainees to ensure that they can fully access all training, operate effectively on school placement and complete written assignments.
Applicants who would benefit from specific support should let us know on their application so that they can be considered for placements at the most appropriate schools.
Training with disabilities at UEA.
UEA operates an equal opportunities policy and welcomes applications from people with disabilities. All PGCE trainee teachers must meet the Secretary of State's requirements for physical and mental fitness to teach. All candidates offered a place are required to complete a health declaration form. If this reveals a need, UEA will consider reasonable adjustments, which may include particular school placements, and other support and monitoring during the course.
Find out more about the information and advice available through UEA's Wellbeing Service
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