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About the training provider
Kyra Teaching School Alliance works in collaboration with other Alliances, Lead Schools and Lincolnshire Teaching School Alliance SCITT (School Centred Initial Teacher Training) to provide a dynamic and supportive Primary Programme. We work collaboratively together to deliver a highly regarded training programme, where trainees are supported by experienced and committed staff.
Schools who host our School Direct and SCITT trainees are committed to continued professional development and see the initial training of teachers as the first step on the journey to becoming an outstanding teacher. Beyond the training year, structured induction and development programmes are offered in our schools.
About the accredited body
Lincolnshire Teaching School Alliance SCITT accredit QTS. Trainees have valued being part of a school from the beginning of their training. With the support of an experienced central team and school-based staff, trainees have every opportunity to meet and exceed the Teachers’ Standards and so be awarded Qualified Teacher Status (QTS).
Kyra Teaching School Alliance, LTSA SCITT and our partners believe that professional practice is enhanced by academic research. The University of Lincoln co-delivers on our training programme. On the successful completion of academic assignments, trainees are awarded a Post Graduate Certificate of Education (PGCE) with 60 Masters’ credits.
Training with disabilities and other needs
Kyra Teaching School Alliance, Lincolnshire Teaching School Alliance SCITT and our partners recognise the needs of all its trainees. We will all work collaboratively with trainees and schools to put a support plan in place when required.
In addition, all trainees are students of the University of Lincoln and as such have access to the full range of support offered by the university.
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