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About the training provider
Carmel Teacher Training Partnership (CTTP) is an outstanding Initial Teacher Training Provider based at Carmel College Darlington, an outstanding 11-18 college. Our training programmes are Primary 5-11 years and Secondary 11-16. We pride ourselves on the bespoke level of training for all our trainees, focused on our high quality training provision from very experienced practitioners. The Partnership is made up of Catholic and non-Catholic, primary and secondary schools, widely spread across the North East of England. The CTTP School Centred Initial Teacher Training course aims to promote excellence in all aspects of education. This is achieved through high quality central and school-based training activities, regular observations with developmental feedback, to secure progress throughout the training programme. Central training takes place in clusters around our Lead Schools. Our overarching aim is to provide the most skilled and competent practitioners for our schools, improving the outcomes and life chances for young people.
A very high percentage of trainees on our programme either gain employment in their placement schools, or within our Partnership of schools. Carmel Teacher Training Partnership is a well-established Provider, offering a friendly, nurturing and supportive environment for all trainees. Successful completion leads to Qualified Teacher Status (QTS), a Post Graduate Certificate in Education (PGCE) and 60 credits towards Masters accreditation, which is completed via the flying faculty of St. Mary’s University Twickenham but delivered at Carmel College and one of our Northern Lead schools, St Cuthbert’s High, Newcastle.
About the accredited body
For the successful completion of the course, trainees must demonstrate competence against all the QTS standards, and need to have successfully completed the Skills Tests before the course begins. Trainees will be continually assessed through lesson observations. The Professional Tutor will complete a Trainee Progress Report each half-term which documents the progress made in each of the Standards. This is moderated by the PLT. Throughout the year, evidence will be collected in lesson observation, training and subject knowledge file and evidence against the standards collated in a final presentation file. This evidence is also moderated by St Mary’s University, Twickenham.
Training with disabilities and other needs
All Schools within the Carmel Teacher Training Partnership are fully accessible. Provision for additional support where needed is provided on site. Please contact Claire Hutton on firstname.lastname@example.org with any specific disability access requirements.
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