About the training provider
County Upper School, an outstanding secondary school which is part of the Bury St Edmunds All Through Trust 13-18 in Suffolk, in partnership with the Suffolk & Norfolk Secondary SCITT Tuition PGCE programme has an excellent local reputation for providing training of the highest quality.
The Secondary Tuition 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, PGCE with 60 Masters’ credits on successful completion of the course. Our aim is to 'train you not as a teacher for a specific school but as a future member of the teaching profession.'
Training with disabilities and other needs
We are committed to supporting trainees with disabilities. Please contact us to discuss any access requirements.
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.
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Suffolk and Norfolk Secondary SCITT
University Campus Suffolk, West Building, Ipswich IP4 1QJ
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