About the course
LTSA SCITT (School Centred Initial Teacher Training) works in partnership across Lincolnshire to deliver high quality school-based primary and secondary teacher training. Training places are available through the SCITT (core) and School Direct training programmes; all trainee teachers will follow the same programme irrespective of the route.
Key features of our programme include: Lincolnshire Teaching School Alliance SCITT is an Initial Tear
*A bespoke training programme which blends QTS and PGCE, thereby gaining QTS (Qualified Teacher Status) with a PGCE with 60 Masters’ credits upon successful completion of the training year
*School-based training from the first day of the school academic year
*Training in a range of schools across Lincolnshire
*Dedicated mentor support
*A dynamic and supportive learning environment
*Strong partnership with the University of Lincoln, including access to the University’s facilities
The LTSA SCITT conducts a rigorous selection process in order to secure the best candidates for the teaching profession. If you are shortlisted you will be invited to a formal selection day.
The selection day will take place in a school and be conducted by the programme leaders of the course in conjunction with school leaders.
The selection activities may include:
*A formal interview
*For secondary applicants: A short presentation to a group of pupils on an area of your subject which interests you
*For Primary applicants: A small group activity with primary school children
*A literacy and numeracy task
At the selection day, preferences for training schools will be discussed with applicants.
Following the selection day for primary trainees, you will then be invited to spend two days in a primary school which may then provide your training.
Following the selection day for secondary trainees, you will then be invited to spend a day in the school which may provide your training.
At the school visit you will have the opportunity to meet with senior leaders and staff members in the school and spend time in the classroom.
A formal offer of training will then be made to you through UCAS Teacher Training.
How school placements work
Trainees are in their main training school from the first day of the academic year, thereby gaining an insight into how teachers establish the learning environment and build relationships with pupils and staff. Trainees are in school four days a week throughout the year with one day per week spent in training.
In addition, after the Christmas break trainees have a second placement in a contrasting school to develop their awareness of a range of school settings.
The salary for this course is individual to the school setting that employs the trainee. The salary is calculated using the unqualified teachers' pay scales.
Financial support isn’t available for this course because it comes with a salary.
If you choose a course without a salary, you may be eligible for financial support while you study, including bursaries, scholarships and loans.
All entrants must hold a first degree of a United Kingdom higher education institute or equivalent.
A first degree comprises 300 HE credit points of which 60 must be at a level 6.
The degree should be at a minimum of 2:2, but third class degrees will be considered when there is supportive additional evidence.
GCSEs at grade C/4 or above in English and Mathematics, or equivalent, for secondary trainees.
GCSEs at grade C/4 or above in English, Mathematics and a Science, or equivalent, for primary trainees.
We are looking for trainee teachers who will inspire our students through their enthusiasm for and belief in the value of learning, with:
*a high quality degree demonstrating academic potential
*the ability to connect and communicate with a range of learners
*high levels of interpersonal skills
*a flexible approach and an openness and willingness to learn
*the drive and ambition to become an outstanding teacher and a future leader
You will need to pass the Professional Skills Tests in Literacy and Numeracy before starting the course. These are designed to test whether you have the basic level of literacy and numeracy needed to teach to a national standard.
LTSA SCITT will also undertake the relevant safeguarding checks before your training commences, including an Enhanced DBS check. LTSA SCITT will give you full support in completing these checks once you have had an offer of training.
Apply on the UCAS website. You’ll need to register with UCAS before you can apply.
Visit Get into Teaching for guidance on applying for teacher training.
When you apply you’ll need these codes for the Choices section of your application form:
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You’ll also need to choose a training location – select the relevant location name on the application form.
Muntjac Way, Lincoln, Lincolnshire LN6 9WF
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