About the course
Please see the BCU website for course information.
Interviews will be conducted at Ashlawn School, Rugby in conjunction with BCU.
How school placements work
You will have two contrasting school placements.
The course fees for 2019/2020 are as follows:
Fees are based on 2018/19 rates and are possibly subject to change for 2019/20.
You should be a graduate, with a degree from a UK Higher Education Institution or equivalent qualification. This should be a 2:2 or above (In exceptional circumstances we may consider below a 2:2). It is beneficial to have a degree in the subject that you wish to teach, or at least a strong A level.
You must also possess a standard equivalent to a grade C in the GCSE examinations in English Language and Mathematics.
*A desire to teach and work with young people
*Interest in and commitment to education and children
*A flexible approach to learning and teaching
*Good oral and written communication
*A readiness to listen and share
About the training provider
Ashlawn Teaching School (Innovation Learning and Leadership Alliance) is a partnership of schools in Rugby, Warwickshire, and Leicestershire. Together we seek to provide teacher training opportunities based in local schools with a common core of development opportunities focussed on the wider educational community. We create personalised training programmes with a breadth of experience and outstanding support to develop balanced well-rounded teaching professionals. At the heart of our alliance is the desire to provide learning communities where students can experience outstanding learning.
Our School Direct Alliance is led by Ashlawn School, an outstanding bilateral secondary academy, which has an outstanding record of training teachers with experienced mentors across a wide range of secondary subjects.
About the accredited body
The School of Education and Social Work has a long and established history when it comes to delivering initial teacher training (ITT). Our graduates are very successful in finding employment and many take jobs in the West Midlands. Courses are taught by a range of experienced practitioners, many of whom have been exceptional teachers or have worked as senior managers in education.
Training with disabilities and other needs
Ashlawn Teaching School team tailor our training process to the specific needs of each trainee and we work closely with our partner schools and universities to ensure this critical training year runs as smoothly as possible for each trainee's individual needs.
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