About the training provider
We pride ourselves as being the primary specialists in Barnsley!
We were founded by two Outstanding primary schools – High View Primary Learning Centre and Hoyland Common Primary School. We provide professional personalised Initial Teacher Training. It is our aim to train the next generation of outstanding teachers in South Yorkshire!
We work in partnership with Sheffield Hallam to deliver the Schools Direct route into teaching (3-7 and 5-11 age ranges). On successful completion of the course you would be awarded QTS, PGCE, comprising 60 credits at Master Level 6.
Students are placed in two highly performing Barnsley primary schools, mentored by good and outstanding teachers, experiencing all aspects of school life which is invaluable when applying for future teaching positions.
We facilitate a schedule of Network Meetings, creating opportunities for students to visit a wide variety of primary schools, sharing good practice ideas and fostering a supportive environment amongst the cohort.
We plan Enrichment Training sessions delivered by Specialist Leaders of Education to ensure our students are fully equipped to enter the teaching profession. These cover topics that are most relevant to the current climate and the needs of the local region. We work with small cohorts and so our training is tailored to meet the needs of individual students.
As a designated Teaching School we are committed to providing the highest standard of education for the young people in our community of South Yorkshire. If you share our vision for education, we want to hear from you!
About the accredited body
Sheffield Hallam received the first ever 'Outstanding' rating from Ofsted for early years' teacher training - alongside an 'Outstanding' rating for their primary teacher training. They are a national centre of education, recognised for their excellence and innovation in teaching and learning
Sheffield Hallam is one of the UK's largest universities, based in the heart of Sheffield, one of the UK's biggest student cities.
They have invested £100 million into new building and facilities.
They received an overall students satisfaction rating of 86% in the 2018 National Student Survey, placing them in the top 30 universities in the country.
Training with disabilities and other needs
If you have a disability, including long term medical conditions, specific learning difficulties and mental health conditions you can access additional support for you academic studies whilst at Sheffield Hallam. This may include learning contracts, support workers equipment/assistive technology and software. There is an onsite assessment Centre, the Sheffield Regional Assessment Centre, where a range of disability specialists can carry out Study Needs Assessments. Daily drop in sessions are run, with no appointment needed.
As a designated Teaching School, Tykes TSA have a detailed Equality Policy stating how
we fulfil our responsibilities to The Equality Act 2010, this can be accessed here;
We will take reasonable steps to ensure all our students receive the best possible training experience. This may involve altering or avoiding a physical feature, for example step and lifts, providing auxiliary aids/services or provide information in an accessible format (this is not exhaustive.)
As with our training course as a whole, we aim to provide a bespoke, personalised, professional package. We discuss with our students their specific needs and tailor our support and training offer where needed.
We are friendly, approachable and always on hand for our students.
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.
Sheffield Road, Hoyland Common, Barnsley S74 0DJ
Support and advice
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