We offer the choice of training in 11 to 16 (KS3 & KS4) in all subjects apart from Business Studies and Social Sciences which will cover 14 to 19 (KS4 & KS5).
For all Secondary Programmes use the provider code 1OV and the correct course code for your subject.
Following your acceptance of our offer, you are required to spend at least one day in your main placement school. This is a condition of entry and can be arranged at a mutually convenient date and time. You will also be given some pre-course tasks including lesson observations and a suggested reading list. Then in July you will be invited to attend a 3-day induction programme.
The programme will formally commence on the first day of the academic year when trainees will start in their placement school and experience the new school year through the eyes of a teacher.
Your mentor will play a major part in your ongoing assessment and will work closely with you to develop your teaching practice. With the help of your mentor, you will gradually increase your teaching hours across the programme.
Professional Studies and Subject Knowledge
Professional studies sessions take place once a week and these are designed to support practical learning. Over the year we will cover the core principles of effective learning and teaching.
In addition to our weekly study days you will have additional subject knowledge training. These sessions are coordinated by a Expert Subject Mentor.
All trainees will experience:
- A 6 week second placement
- Visit a Primary School
- Visit a Sixth Form College
- A 1 week SEN experience
You will be recommended for the award of QTS (Qualified Teacher Status) on successful completion of the course. Trainees will also have the option to study for a PGCE (60 credits) awarded by Kingston University.
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