North Essex Teacher Training (NETT)
Primary with Maths (3F2G)

PGCE with QTS full time

Financial support
Student finance if you’re eligible
Qualification
PGCE with QTS

A postgraduate certificate in education (PGCE) with qualified teacher status (QTS) allows you to teach in England, Scotland, Wales and Northern Ireland. It’s also recognised internationally.

Many PGCE courses include credits that count toward a Master’s degree.

Course length
1 year
Date you can apply from
4 December 2018
Date course starts
September 2019
Website
http://www.nett.org.uk

About the course

NETT (Primary) offers a full time, one year course leading to the award of Postgraduate Certificate of Education (University of Suffolk) with Qualified Teacher Status (QTS).

The 'Primary with Maths' course offers everything included in the general curriculum for maths, teaching maths across all year groups and maths co-ordination in the primary school. You must hold an A-level in maths at Grade B or above.

The rigorous and relevant school-based programme has been developed by a group of Headteachers in the Tendring area and includes significant school experience, block teaching practices, training and tutorials. The majority of training sessions are delivered at the NETT centre, using other partnership school venues as appropriate. School experience and teaching practices take place in two different schools within the local area. There is a choice of age range: Pathway One 3-7 years (Early Years and Key Stage 1) and Pathway Two 5-11 years (Key Stages 1 and 2).

Interview process

On line Application

  • Short listing

Applications are first checked against the NCTL criteria for entry to ITT. We look for your experience in a primary school and/or working with primary aged children;

  • Interviews

The interview consists of a presentation; a practical teaching task with a group of children; a written evaluation of this activity; a formal interview; a written task and a maths test. We are looking for potential to teach; an understanding of the physical and emotional demands of the job (as well as the intellectual capacity needed); and your availability and commitment to the full SCITT programme.

Final Selection

Our decision to offer you a place is made based on recommendations from all members of the partnership involved in the interview process. You are selected on your merit, taking into account all elements of the selection process.

How school placements work

During the Autumn Term, trainees move through a sequence of graduated teaching and learning experiences; observations; one to one work with pupils; group work; collaborative planning and teaching with a Mentor and finally supervised whole class teaching. The pace of this progression is adjusted according to the trainee’s perceived strengths and needs. By the end of the Autumn Term, all trainees will have taught a number of whole lessons in readiness for the Spring Term.

During the Spring Term placement, trainees are expected to take an active role involving whole class teaching and to record development in key areas. It is expected that during the block practice, trainees will teach and plan for approximately 50% of a teacher’s normal workload.

During the second block practice in the Summer Term the teaching timetable increases to 80% of a primary school teacher’s timetable. The other 20% is made up from PPA time; observing good practice and completing final tasks. By this point in the course, it is necessary to consider new challenges e.g. trainee’s involvement in after-school clubs, community work, organising visits. The need to consolidate experience is vital, yet this placement should not become a plateau of learning.

Fees

The course fees for 2019/2020 are as follows:
Student type Fees to pay
UK students £8,900
EU students £8,900

Financial support

You may be eligible for a loan while you study.

Financial support if you’re from outside the UK.

Requirements

Qualifications

In order to be accepted onto the course you will need to meet the following criteria:

  • gained an honours degree, normally at 2:2 or better*;
  • passed GCSEs or equivalent, in English, mathematics and science at grade 4 (or above: or equivalent);
  • passed A Level Maths at Grade B or above.

*We occasionally accept a potential Trainee with a third class degree if we consider, as a panel, that the candidate is suitable, following in-depth discussion about the extenuating circumstances which have affected individual performance at undergraduate level and consideration of appropriate teaching experience.

Personal qualities

We look for a commitment to lifelong learning, a sense of humour and a genuine ability to engage in the reflective processes required.

Other requirements

In order to be accepted onto the course you will also need to meet these criteria:

satisfied the entry qualifications as set out in the NCTL ITT Criteria;

  • passed the professional skills tests in numeracy and literacy prior to starting the course;
  • presented evidence of a satisfactory enhanced level DBS check; and
  • had a satisfactory medical check.

About the training provider

NETT are a small supportive ITT provider with excellent outcomes and an outstanding employment record. We offer a Postgraduate Certificate in Education, from the University of Suffolk, with QTS. The PGCE carries 60 Master's credits. We offer courses at both primary and secondary level (11-16 years with post 16 enhancement).

Our full time course runs from September to June / July. All trainees have experience in two mainstream schools, covering at least two key stages. There is also the opportunity to train in a Special school and a 6th form college. Most schools are located in the North Essex area.

For more information, please contact a member of the course team on 01255 431949; email at teach@nett.co.uk; or visit our website www.nett.org.uk

Training with disabilities and other needs

We can train candidates with varying needs. In the last year we have successfully trained people with dyslexia and mental health conditions. We have provided extra support and personalised their learning to ensure that they become confident teachers.

Contact details

Email
angie.chapman@nett.org.uk
Telephone
01255 431 949
Website
http://www.nett.org.uk
Address
Tendring Education Centre
Jaywick Lane
Clacton on Sea
Essex
CO16 8BE

Apply

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:

  • Training provider code: N46
  • Training programme code: 3F2G

Choose a training location

You’ll also need to choose a training location – select the relevant location name on the application form.

Name Address Code
NORTH ESSEX TEACHER TRAINING Tendring Education Centre, Jaywick Lane, Clacton on Sea, ESSEX CO16 8BE N

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