About the training provider
St. Mary's University is graded "Outstanding" by Ofsted for both Primary and Secondary teacher training.
For further details: (https://www.stmarys.ac.uk/teacher-training/become-a-teacher.aspx )
Where to find us: (https://www.stmarys.ac.uk/contact/overview.aspx)
Student Life: (https://www.stmarys.ac.uk/student-life/overview.aspx)
Teaching students at St Mary's have one of the highest employment ratings in the UK with 98% of 2016 Primary PGCE graduates in employment and 100% of trainees from the 2016 Secondary PGCE degree were employed as teachers within six months - many in our partnership schools.
Student feedback regularly highlights the quality of the pastoral care provided through their training programmes and the support offered by partner schools.
St. Mary's University is situated in Strawberry Hill, Twickenham - a leafy part of greater London (5 minute walk from Strawberry Hill mainline from London Waterloo) and good local bus links for other central London connections.
Public Transport: https://www.stmarys.ac.uk/contact/overview.aspx
We have recently celebrated 165 years in Education in south west London. St Mary's is London's second largest teacher training course provider, with a significant proportion of our 6,000 students training to teach on primary and secondary courses.
Close partnership between the University and partner schools in all aspects of the course.
Educational theory closely related to practical reality of the classroom
Strong personal tutor support
Support for those with an area of interest in SEND and EAL
High employability rates for PGCE Trainee Teachers
Ongoing support into your NQT year and your career beyond
Ongoing Masters study opportunities at discounted rates
Training with disabilities and other needs
St. Mary's University has a fully supportive and well-resourced Student
Wellbeing service to support trainees with disabilities and other needs.
At interview, we encourage candidates to disclose any additional needs requiring support so that early support can be in place for the PGCE course.
For further information on Disability Access: (https://www.stmarys.ac.uk/student-support/wellbeing/dyslexia-and-disability/registering.aspx)
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