About the training provider
The Godalming Learning Partnership is a group of 16 schools (14 in the Primary sector and two Secondary schools) that serve the children (aged 3 – 16) and families of the Godalming area. We are a strong collaborative group with a long history of working closely together to achieve more for our young people, schools and community. Our work is based on teaching, learning and developing our staff and schools as fully as possible.
If you train to be a teacher with The Godalming Learning Partnership you will:-
• Join our wide diversity of successful schools.
• Be educated and trained by experienced Headteachers and lead professionals from across our community of schools.
• Have your programme guided and taught by a University provision rated ‘outstanding’ by Ofsted.
• Receive your school based theory training through the modelling of Primary teaching methods.
• Learn how to teach and become free thinking teachers through total immersion in our education community.
• Benefit from access to job opportunities in all our schools.
• Work with schools that understand the demands of the profession who will actively try to prepare teachers for the demands of the job, both in the initial training and in the early years of teaching.
About the accredited body
With the School Direct programme you work at school and attend training at the University of Winchester. This partnership provides a high quality of support, ensuring a strong relationship between theory and practice. The University of Winchester is recognised by Ofsted as an ‘Outstanding’ provider of teacher education at primary level and has a long history of training teachers. You will benefit from access to all of the University online resources and could exit with 60 Master's level credits. After your PGCE you can choose to APEL these credits to an MA or MSc at a local university.
Training with disabilities and other needs
Your well-being is a top priority and we will do all we can to give you the chance to flourish and maximise your potential. In partnership with the University of Winchester there is a dedicated student support team to help with any questions or challenges you might experience during your studies.
We work with you to support your well-being and mental health, provide confidential advice and offer workshops to boost your academic skills. If you have a disability or learning difference, we encourage you to get in touch before you apply so we can discuss tailored support for your individual needs.
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