About the training provider
The Bawburgh School, in partnership with the Suffolk & Norfolk SCITT Primary Salaried PGCE programme has an excellent local reputation for providing training of the highest quality. The Primary Salaried course is one of the courses offered by Suffolk & Norfolk SCITT which is the biggest SCITT in the country. All trainees on this course will obtain the following qualification, QTS, and the PGCE with 60 Masters’ credits. Almost all salaried trainees from 2017-18 are now working as newly qualified teachers in local partnership schools and in other areas.
The Bawburgh School works closely with it's partnership schools to ensure the trainees have a positive experience whilst training and that they are supported by experienced school mentors.
About the accredited body
Do you want to get into schools early and start to practice teaching as soon as possible?
Do you want to be part of a very supportive cohort of trainees who receive personal support from committed, experienced and enthusiastic tutors?
Suffolk and Norfolk Primary SCITT Salaried has an excellent reputation for providing high quality training and support for all trainees. In 2018, 72% of trainees graduated with a grade of ‘outstanding’. The course offers a PGCE with 60 Masters Level credits as well as QTS.
Training with disabilities and other needs
Suffolk and Norfolk SCITT supports all trainees based on their individual needs. Recently this has included those with dyslexia, physical, hearing and visual impairments and mental health conditions. Plans are developed with trainees to ensure that they can fully access in centre training, operate effectively on school placement and complete written assignments.
Suffolk & Norfolk Primary SCITT has full disabled access as do all the schools in the partnership. However, applicants who would benefit from disabled access should let us know on their application so that they can be considered for placements at the most appropriate schools.
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