About the training provider
We offer year-long primary and secondary teacher training programmes to graduates and career changers joining the teaching profession through our Harris School Direct programme, offering a strong support network and exciting environment in which to train. We have combined the best elements from a range of training routes to ensure that our beginner teachers leave the course feeling supported, confident and well-prepared.
All our teacher training courses lead to QTS (Qualified Teacher Status), a PGCE (Post Graduate Certificate of Education) and 60 Masters Level credits, giving you access to first class training, invaluable school and classroom practice and learning on the job at a placement in one of our 44+ academies.
Benefit from bespoke weekly training days in Bermondsey with your fellow trainees; tailored subject-specific training days; personalised mentor and team support and a second placement in a contrasting school environment, as well as earning a salary on the job or training bursary, subject to eligibility, as you train.
Training with disabilities and other needs
Our training programme is open to everyone who meets the academic criteria. If you have a disability, we will make every reasonable adjustment to accommodate you throughout the recruitment process, as well as during the training programme, if you are offered a place.
All candidates that have accepted a place must complete a pre-commencement health declaration form. If this reveals a need, Harris ITE provides appropriate school placements, support and monitoring for the trainee during the course. If you have any questions about health, disability, or the support provided, please do not hesitate to contact us. We offer Employee assistance programme (EAP) services to all Harris employees.
To support those with a physical disability, whenever we build new schools within our Federation, we ensure they have full wheelchair access. However, when an existing school joins the network, we have to work with the existing buildings and these can sometimes have limited accessibility. Our placement academies and core training facilities make full use of a range of technologies and specialist equipment.
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