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About the training provider
Who are we?
The Endeavour Teaching School Alliance (ETSA) is a vibrant partnership of schools who are passionate about nurturing talented individuals to become outstanding Primary School teachers.
Our diverse and expanding alliance currently has 16 schools across London and the West Midlands. Our teacher training is in partnership with two outstanding Universities: UCL Institute of Education and The University of Derby.
Our trainees are successful; over the last 5 years, 100% of our School Direct trainees were graded good or outstanding at the end of the course. We provide comprehensive training to our School Direct mentors to enable you to get the best possible support. This is complemented by the practical training you will receive from us, led by outstanding classroom teachers and experts in their field. Previous trainees have 'loved' our 'on the job training' and the 'strong relationships' they built with our team.
Shortlisted candidates attend an interview at our lead school which consists of:
- Child centred activity
- Maths and English assessments
No matter which partner school in the Endeavour Teaching School Alliance you apply to, you will be a valued member of our staff and part of our school community. You will have personalised support from an experienced class mentor, a senior leader and our Teaching School hub lead. Your classroom practice will be enhanced by our comprehensive training programme, led by outstanding teachers across our alliance.
About the accredited body
UCL is a global leader in teacher education. Their programmes are recognised by Ofsted as "outstanding" across Primary and Secondary Education
All UCL School Direct students have access to UCL support services and facilities
Primary School Direct Salaried route:
Primary School Direct (PGCE) route:
Training with disabilities and other needs
We have a strong commitment to equality and inclusion and we seek to offer a first class education to all students, including students with disabilities. All of our sites are wheelchair accessible and we undertake all reasonable adjustments necessary to ensure inclusion of all disabilities.
We are committed to our Equality Policy in respect of serving students and employing staff. Within this policy we will endeavour to ensure that disabled students and staff receive the same standards of service as others. We will not tolerate discrimination on the grounds of disability.
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