Teach First partnership
We are delighted to partner with Teach First to deliver our School Centred Initial Teacher Training (SCITT) programme. Teach First is a national charity that develops and supports teachers and leaders who are determined to make a difference where it is needed the most.
School-Centred Initial Teacher Training (SCITT)
This programme is a one-year teacher-training course, which enables you to train and develop your skills in the classroom. It is ideal for people who are eager to learn on the job and make a difference in their community from day one. As a trainee, you will be interacting every day with pupils and working as a member of teaching staff in a school local to you.
The programme is research-led, and is designed to give you plenty of practical experience as well as subject-specific training and a deep understanding of effective teaching methods. You will be in the classroom from September 2024 and will benefit from the support of a trained mentor throughout your training. At the end of our programme, you will be awarded qualified teacher status (QTS) and Post Graduate Certificate in Education (PGCE).
To be eligible to apply you will need:
- An undergraduate degree or equivalent.
- To demonstrate sufficient knowledge in the subject you are applying to teach, either through your degree qualification, your A Levels or relevant experience.
- Grade 4 (C) or above in English and Maths GCSEs, or equivalent qualification. To teach Primary, you will also need Grade 4 (C) or above in Science GCSE.
We will not consider candidates with pending GCSEs. Functional skills qualifications are not equivalent to maths and English GCSEs. Most equivalency test providers are accepted. You will need to have passed your GCSE equivalency test before applying to our programme; we will not be able to process your application until you have passed.
Fees and financial support
- The course fees for UK students in 2024 to 2025 are £9,250.
- The tuition fees for UK/EU students are typically: full-time: £9,250 per year.
You will be registered as a full-time student throughout the programme so have access to lots of student benefits, as well as a student loan to cover your fees. Depending on your subject and qualifications, you may also be eligible for a bursary or grant to support you throughout your training find out more on this website Scholarships and bursaries | Get Into Teaching GOV.UK (education.gov.uk). We encourage potential applicants to check on the Department for Education’s website to find out more about funding options getintoteaching.education.gov.uk/funding-and-support .
If you have any queries or would like to discuss your application in detail before you apply please email email@example.com.
How to apply
Visit http://www.gov.uk/apply-for-teacher-training and choose Newham Community SCITT as a provider. We will then contact you directly with information about the next steps in the application process. All offers are subject to satisfactory results from necessary pre-employment checks.