About the training provider
Brighouse High School and Sixth Form College has a strong focus on staff development and support. We pride ourselves in the provision offered to trainees and colleagues at differing stages of their careers and believe that life-long learning is the key to effective teaching and a happy workforce. We have a track record of developing skilled teachers who are fully equipped to enter the secondary phase of teaching working with young people form the age of 11-18. If you are searching for a high quality, supportive and innovative school based route into teaching then Brighouse High and The Valley Learning Trust could very well be the place for you.
The school and its partner schools are easily accessible from a wide area including Leeds and Manchester yet are at the heart of the local community and, on choosing us, you will become part of that team.
Beyond the school itself we have strong links and effective partnerships with schools in The Valley Learning Trust, the local area and beyond and our work with The University of Huddersfield ensures that our trainees are always up to date with the latest developments in education and training.
Our overarching aim is provide you with a route into one of the most rewarding professions and to ensure that your time training with us is memorable, enjoyable and equips you with the desire and the skills to become a key player in the next generation of teachers.
Training with disabilities and other needs
We invite applications from suitably qualified persons from all backgrounds regardless of race, disability, religion, belief or sexual orientation. We are committed to supporting trainee teachers with a range of needs including specific learning difficulties, long-term medical conditions, mobility or physical disabilities or conditions, hearing impairments, visual impairments and social communication difficulties. Each of our partner schools has individual access arrangements but all schools in The Valley Learning Trust are Disability Discrimination Act (DDA) compliant and we endeavour to place you in a school that meets your needs.
In addition, The University of Huddersfield’s Wellbeing and Disability Service works with students with a range of disabilities and long-term conditions that have a significant impact on their ability to study. Their main aim is to work alongside you to get the right support in place at the right time as we believe that nothing should stop you achieving what you're capable of.
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||Finkil Street, Brighouse, West Yorkshire HD6 2NY
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