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About the training provider
We are training the next generation of outstanding teachers for the Leeds area. We are committed to providing the highest standard of education and we want to recruit student teachers who share the same commitment. Our current cohort of student teachers are training to teach in primary and secondary in both mainstream and special school settings.
We provide training and placements of the highest quality to deliver a truly bespoke training package. We are committed to helping you develop professionally, well beyond your initial teacher training and Newly Qualified Teacher (NQT) year by means of an extensive programme of Continuing Professional Development (CPD) opportunities – As an Appropriate Body for NQTs we offer our trainees a coherent two year programme of support.
You will have - GCSE Grade C or above (or equivalent) in English and Mathematics. If you are applying for our Primary programme, GCSE Grade C or above (or equivalent) in Science as well.
A degree from a UK or European Union Higher Education Institution or equivalent qualification, preferably a First Class Honours Degree or a 2.1. A 2.2 would be considered for applicants with additional experience, expertise or extenuating circumstances.
Experience of working with children or young people in the recent past; this may include experience leading the local Brownie pack, working as a Teaching Assistant or being employed as an unqualified teacher.
About the accredited body
We are an established and successful teacher training provider, rated 'Good' in our Ofsted Inspection in 2015.
One day a week you will benefit from the expertise of highly regarded tutors and core team who ensure your training year is a positive and successful experience in becoming a qualified teacher. These sessions offer the opportunity to network, share and support each other throughout the year. You will also receive additional Subject Knowledge days to enhance your confidence, knowledge and skills in your chosen subject.
Training with disabilities and other needs
We are committed to Equality and Diversity. All partner organisations and all schools participating in the programme have clearly established policies, processes and systems for monitoring. All trainees will be introduced to their school’s policy through focused training by the host school.
We are committed to the achievement of equal opportunities. This is central to our mission as providers of school-based teacher training and we have a proven track record of supporting trainees with additional needs.
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Hollin Hill Drive, Leeds LS8 2PW
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