About the training provider
Cleeve Park School is part of The Kemnal Academies Trust (TKAT). It is a School Direct Lead school providing secondary (11-16) and primary (5-11) school-based initial teacher training. Applicants can gain Qualified Teacher Status (QTS) with the option to study for a PGCE with Masters' credits. Our HEI Provider responsible for the PGCE is Leeds Beckett University.
Our ITT partner schools are:
*Cleeve Park School
*Hillview School for Girls
*Kemnal Technology College
*Rainham School for Girls
*Thomas Bennett Community College
*East Wickham Primary Academy
*Gray’s Farm Primary Academy
*Hillsgrove Primary School
*Hilltop Primary Academy
*Horizon Primary Academy
*Horton Kirby CofE Primary School
*Napier Community Primary & Nursery Academy
*Newlands Primary School
*Northdown Primary Academy
*Old Bexley CofE Primary School
*Royal Park Primary Academy
*Smarden Primary Academy
*The Bewbush Academy
*Weyfield Primary Academy
We offer a bespoke training programme: every training session is delivered by a highly skilled, experienced and enthusiastic teacher. Our training is relevant and responsive to current developments in education and provides a hands-on approach to classroom practice. We believe the best teachers are trained by outstanding practitioners.
We support trainees in finding a suitable newly qualified teaching (NQT) post. All previous trainees have gained employment.
About the accredited body
TKAT SCITT is a highly successful programme, judged as ‘Good in all aspects’ in our last Ofsted inspection (June 2014). Every year, an exceptionally high number of our trainees successfully complete their training graded Good or Outstanding.
Once qualified, TKAT offers a full range of year-round training courses, workshops and learning days that will ensure your continued professional development. Every opportunity for career progression is available to you, from Newly Qualified Teacher (NQT) to Headteacher.
Training with disabilities and other needs
As part of TKAT, Cleeve Park School is an equal opportunity employer and as such we share the belief that no-one should receive less favourable treatment on the grounds of race, gender, disability, sexuality, age, income, religion, colour, marital status or ethnic or national origin. All applications are treated on merit.
Our excellent communication with our ITT Provider and ITT partner schools enable us to meet the needs of our trainees wherever possible, in successfully completing their teacher training programme.
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