The latest ‘graduates’ from Arthur Terry National Teaching School’s (ATNTS) acclaimed School Centred Initial Teacher Training (SCITT) programme have completed the course with flying colours.
In the sixth year of running the SCITT course, which provides QTS and also a PGCE with Master level credits, the Teaching School is thrilled to share the positive outcomes for this year’s cohort. This year, the ATNTS has expanded its programme to include Primary education alongside the extensive range of Secondary subjects. An impressive 48 Associate Teachers have completed the course successfully with the vast majority leaving at an outstanding level of competency in the Teachers’ Standards.
Paul Withey, SCITT lead, said:
We continue to make a major contribution to school improvement within the Arthur Terry Learning Partnership, our wider Teaching School Alliance and beyond, through careful recruitment and outstanding training and coaching. Employment rates are high and large numbers of our current cohort have gained NQT posts within our schools for September. In the current climate of teacher shortages we are pleased to report a healthy recruitment profile for 2018-19 but there is still time to apply for September 2018. If you have friends or family that are considering teaching either now or at some point in the future, please encourage them to contact us! ”
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