About the training provider
The Catholic Coastal Partnership is a group of good and outstanding Primary Schools working in partnership with Leeds Trinity University. Schools are in Hull, Scarborough and Beverley . The lead school is Our Lady and St Peter's Bridlington (Ofsted 'outstanding' February 2015) You will benefit from training with schools who have strong links with each other and can supply a range of training placements. Tutors from Leeds Trinity visit the schools regularly to provide training days and practical support once you are in a teaching placement. The schools provide practical training in the Primary curriculum so that you will be well-prepared for your future career. All of our former students found teaching posts immediately following their graduation, sometimes within the partnership of schools. We offer a bespoke and practical training course for all our students.
About the accredited body
Leeds Trinity University has a strong track record in providing a range of Initial Teacher Training courses at both undergraduate and postgraduate level. We are one of a number of School Direct partnerships with which the University work.
Training with disabilities and other needs
We are committed to providing access for any disabled candidate. For example, placements can be arranged according to accessibility (mobility access) if required. All students are provided with a laptop for the duration of the course.
We have catered for students with hearing impairment (adapted PC) and those with mental health conditions (adapting course structure to enable completion).
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Training provider code:
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George Street, Bridlington YO15 3PS
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