About the course
“The quality of training across the partnership is outstanding. A fully comprehensive training programme is in place and ensures complete coverage of the primary curriculum.” Ofsted 2017
This programme aims to support you to become an outstanding primary class teacher, whilst developing your knowledge in maths, with the view that you will use this specialism to impact on our schools as you progress through your career.
Our SCITT / School Direct training route provides all trainees with a blend of school experience underpinned by an innovative and thorough taught programme, leading to the award of QTS and a PGCE, with our partners Nottingham Trent University.
Trainees spend the greatest proportion of their time in school – please see ‘how placements work’.
The taught programme is delivered by outstanding practitioners, who work as teachers in our schools and as leaders of their subjects. This includes English, Maths, Science, Teaching & Learning, Inclusion and the Foundation Subjects – all up to date theory and practice that is being used with high impact in our schools now. As practising teachers who also guide other schools, our trainers have a wealth of current experience and ideas that you can use. The taught days, alongside a range of fun and immersive opportunities, including our residential, will ensure that you remain motivated throughout the programme and driven to become an exceptional teacher:
“Laura, Tom and Cath inspired us throughout the programme, kept us going when things got hard and gave us new and innovative ideas to try in the classroom”- ILTT Trainee 2017/ 18.
In addition, you will have the opportunity to access specialist training days and experiences to develop your specialism in Maths, overseen by a national mastery specialist teacher.
Nottingham Trent University provide the PGCE qualification, which brings 60 masters credits. Sessions on campus give you academic underpinning to your teaching practice, with two assignments that weave into your experience in school. The first module takes place with the general primary course and covers Learning Theory, the second module and research project focuses on Maths.
Your progress across the course is supported by our highly experienced Professional Tutor team, who will give pastoral/developmental support over the year, ensuring that you are able to make the most of the course.
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“Leaders are constantly evaluating the recruitment and selection processes to make sure they attract high-quality candidates with the skills, the moral purpose and the ‘staying power’ to be a successful teacher” – Ofsted 2017
Selecting the right people to train with us in our schools is of utmost importance.
Our interview days take place in our schools and we aim to make you feel relaxed enough to show us who you really are.
The day includes:
• an opportunity to find out more about us;
• an interview in which we find out more about you and establish whether you are suitable to train with us and in our schools;
• work with children which enables us to see how you relate to children and how effectively you reflect and take feedback;
• safeguarding & identity checks.
Applying to our course
How school placements work
“The highly practical, school-based nature of the training which is valued by the trainees because it means they learn from the very best teachers’ practice and are given the time to apply their learning, academic research and training in their own classroom situations.” Ofsted 2017
Your time in school is the largest part of the training and that in which you apply learning from different strands. It is in school where your teaching is shaped and your individual development needs addressed.
School placements are not just about being in class – you will be part of the school team, taking a full part in the life of the school and making a real difference to the experiences for the children.
Our General Primary course will require you working in two contrasting schools across our partnership.
We call these placements your host and your alternative school. You will complete your placement at your host school in the Autumn and Summer term, whilst your alternative placement will be completed in the Spring term. With each placement, you will change year group to gain experience over three age phases: Year 1 or 2; Year 3 or 4; Year 5 or 6.
Host placements are decided based on your home location, your access to transport and other needs.
Alternative placements are still arranged considering your travel, but are also selected to give you a contrasting experience and meet your emerging needs.
In each placement you will work in partnership with a Class Mentor, to the advantage of the children, planning and reviewing together. Your class mentor will give you on-going advice and model good practice.
Your professional progress will be supported by an experienced teacher in school – your Learning Coach, who will observe and meet with you weekly.
“I am in no doubt that the support I received from my in-school learning coach enabled me to complete this course and secure my first job as a teacher”- trainee 2017/18
Your Professional Tutor will work closely with your host school and make visits during the placements.
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The course fees for 2019/2020 are as follows:
You’ll get a bursary of £6,000 if you have:
- a degree of 2:2 or above in any subject
- at least grade B in maths A-level (or an equivalent)
You don’t have to apply for a bursary - you’ll automatically start receiving it once you begin your course. Find out how you’ll be paid.
Financial support if you’re from outside the UK.
Financial support from the training provider
On our course, trainees are entitled to the same financial support as other teacher training courses. Those from the UK or EU are eligible for student loans in order to help cover tuition fees and maintenance.
To find out more about your a student finance loan please see our website.
Currently there are no Bursaries announced but in 2018.19 there was a £6000 bursary for the Primary Maths course which may well be the case in 2019.20. Please contact us for details.
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A UK degree is required to join the course. Candidates with a 2:2 will be considered.
GCSE's or equivalent at grade C/4 or above in English, Mathematics and Science, plus Grade B or above in A-Level Maths.
A minimum of 10 days mainstream UK school experience . Ideally completed within the last two years prior to interview.
ILTT has a Self-Assessment Document that will help you to gain the right experience in school to support your application.
If you would like us to help you gain this school based experience, please get in touch via our email
At Inspiring Leaders Teacher Training we are looking for 5 key qualities in our trainee teachers. These key qualities are what we think you will need in order to help you become a Qualified Teacher.
*Emotional Intelligence and Resilience
*Knowledge and Professionalism
*Good Communication Skills
*A Capable Reflector
We are looking for candidates that are determined to change the lives of children and will put relationships at the heart of everything you do. If you are determined to make an impact on children’s lives, we will support and develop you to be a successful teacher.
Professional Skills Test
All applicants are advised to look at the online Professional Skills Test and to book when you feel ready.
You do not need to have these completed before applying to ILTT. You are able to sit these tests prior to any application.
Please be aware that the welfare of our children is our highest priority, and all offers of training places are subject to DBS, identity and reference checks.
Call us on 0116 318 4066 or email (firstname.lastname@example.org)
About the training provider
Inspiring Leaders Teacher Training (ILTT), is an Ofsted 2017 'Outstanding' rated School Centred Initial Teacher Training (SCITT) provider, formed by two teaching schools ‘Flying High Partnership’ in Nottinghamshire and ‘Discovery Schools Partnership’ in Leicestershire, working with Nottingham Trent University & the University of Leicester.
We specialise in 3 – 11 education, providing only Primary and Early Years courses.
The Flying High Partnership, who oversee the Nottinghamshire/Derbyshire course, and in whose schools you will be based, aspire for our schools to be the best in the universe. To achieve this we need to recruit, support and invest in teachers with the passion and determination to provide outstanding opportunities and experiences for our children.
We are offering much more than just a training year, supporting you through training year, into employment as an NQT and offering a bespoke package of support that will ensure you maximise your potential.
We restrict the size of our intake to ensure that we can personalise training to suit your emerging needs.
We are determined to support you to become the best you can be and to change the lives of our children.
For more information visit:
Call us on 0115 9891915 or email us at email@example.com
Follow us @ilscitt or visit us on Facebook page Inspiring Leader’s Teacher Training .
Please be aware that the welfare of our children is our highest priority and all offers of training places are subject to DBS, identity and reference checks.
About the accredited body
“Leaders are utterly unwavering in their pursuit of excellence and uncompromising in their drive to continually improve the quality of provision and consequently the outcomes for trainees” – Ofsted Nov 2017
Inspiring Leaders are determined that the Initial Teacher Training programme should have children at its heart.
Every child deserves an outstanding education and this begins with an outstanding teacher.
We work passionately to ensure that all our trainees are supported to be great teachers.
We work with Nottingham Trent University, named 'University of the Year 2017', to award PGCE to trainees on our bespoke school centred programme.
Training with disabilities and other needs
We are an equal opportunities provider and provide support for all our students with their learning requirements.
Our partner universities provide support for trainees with different needs and learning requirements.
This can be discussed at the screening and interview process.
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Cotgrave Candleby Lane Sch, Cotgrave, Nottinghamshire NG12 3JG
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