We are proud to be a Partner school of Teach SouthEast, an Initial Teacher Training (ITT) provider. Through the Partnership, a high quality, bespoke School Centred Initial Teacher Training (SCITT) programme is delivered for aspiring secondary school teachers across the South East of England.
Led by two 'outstanding' schools, Salesian School in Chertsey and SJB in Woking, who, alongside us, are passionate about training and developing the outstanding teachers of tomorrow. SJB and Salesian are partners in the Surrey Teaching Schools Network (STSN) which has been licensed to deliver the National College Leadership Programmes. Jointly, they take a lead on the professional development of teachers, support staff and future leaders.
High-quality training enables all trainees to develop into confident and competent professionals. Trainees are well prepared through first-rate, complementary placements which ensure that they gain substantial practical experience, developing their evaluative and practical teaching skills effectively. This is within a home school placement, four days a week, with the fifth day spent receiving General Professional Studies and subject specific training. In-school expert mentors and external subject trainers have consistently high expectations and work collaboratively to ensure training is coherent and highly relevant to the needs of trainees.
Interested applicants should please use the office website, or the links provided under `Further Information'.
To be considered for Teach SouthEast’s Initial Teacher Training (ITT) programme, you will need the following qualifications:
Teach SouthEast offers a unique Internship Programme for anyone interested in finding out more about a career in teaching. Students studying a Maths, Physics or Computing related degree will also qualify for government funding of £300 per week. The three-week programme will run from the 13th June to the 1st July 2022, during which the interns will have the opportunity to take part in specifically tailored training sessions in key areas of teaching pedagogy and practice, work closely with a subject specialist mentor, observing them regularly and team teaching with them, and have the opportunity to spend a day during their internship preparing for, and taking part in, an accelerated interview process for a training place within our SCITT (School Centred Initial Teacher Training). Interns will leave us with a completed Learning Journal, in which they record their reflections from their training sessions, observations and teaching, along with a formal written reference from their mentor.
We are very passionate about our programme and the opportunity it offers to inspire people to take the next step towards teacher training and to becoming outstanding teachers in the future.
If you would like more information about the programme of how to apply, please contact email@example.com and see the attached flyer.
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