Overview

Our programme prepares trainees to be outstanding teachers through a high-quality teaching and learning experience. The programme supports trainees to meet the government expectations outlined in the 2012 Teachers' Standards. Impact on pupil progress is at the heart of our programme.

Trainees will work in school alongside good and outstanding teachers. 

Our programme is full-time (term time only). Trainees spend four days a week in school and one day a week at their regional training hub or via online training sessions. 

Support for Trainees

We know that your role as a beginner teacher is both exciting and demanding. We understand that trainees have individual needs and we will endeavour to tailor our support to ensure that these are met.

TKAT SCITT believes pastoral support of our trainees is essential.  SCITT staff are trained in mental health awareness and all trainees receive professional training to have coping strategies for their mental health and well-being throughout the training programme.

We work closely with our partner schools to ensure that you are supported on your journey to becoming an outstanding teacher, through developing individual targets and providing expert guidance from Professional Mentors, Mentors and Lead Subject Tutors.

Information webinars

We hold regular webinars during the recruitment phase from October through to June.  If you would like to join one of these, please see our events page for dates and timings.  Alternatively, if you would like a copy of a webinar sent to you to watch in your own time, please contact sophia.gale@tkat.org.

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  • *(if degree is not in the teaching subject, an A-Level in that subject is required Grade B or above).

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