About the training provider
Socially, we often get asked “what do you do?” We think a better question would be “ WHY do you do what you do?” Almost 50% of our current trainees would answer by saying their why is to “transform lives”. At the i2i Teaching Partnership we are passionate about ensuring students have access to the best possible education. By supporting you in your training year, and into your career through ongoing professional development, we know that you will help us achieve that vision and transform the lives of the next generation.
The i2i Teaching Partnership is an alliance of highly successful secondary schools, with the lead school Ofsted rated “Outstanding”. We deliver a first class school-based Initial Teacher Training programme that ensures you gain knowledge and skills necessary to transform lives. We have a passion for, and deep knowledge of, the subjects we teach and a conviction that with hard work, belief in ourselves and each other, a sense of belonging and care, the amazing is possible. Our motto for everyone in our school community is ‘You Can’.
Our broad network of partnership schools present exciting, varied training possibilities, including four schools with a sixth form and two special needs schools. Our programme will immerse you in a school setting right from the start, offering both QTS and PGCE, and expert Mentors to guide and support you. Employment rates on our programme are high and career progession and continuing professional development is embedded into our culture.
Training with disabilities and other needs
The University of Sussex welcomes all students and has a dedicated Student Support Unit which offers support and advice to students with any disability or diagnosed long-term health condition that will affect their studies.
Our partner schools are all committed to equal opportunities. As school sites differ, those applicants with physical disabilities should contact the SCITT Administrator for details of the partner schools best suited to their needs. All our partner schools have the expertise to support applicants with learning disabilities.
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