The vast majority of the time devoted to training is in school. All training teachers will work alongside experienced and dedicated teaching staff and mentors who will provide the support and guidance needed to become a first rate teacher. Each training teacher recruited will be placed in a school that is most able to meet his or her training needs.
Train to become a secondary school teacher with the Tommy Flowers SCITT in Milton Keynes. This graduate programme will place you in a local school from September in June where you will learn from an experienced mentor. One day per week you'll attend Professional Studies and Subject Studies training at the Tommy Flowers SCITT that Ofsted described as 'exemplary'.
Throughout the course, you'll be guided by a School Mentor, whose classes you'll be based with, a Professional Tutor and the Tommy Flowers SCITT's experienced Partnership Managers and Subject Tutors. You'll receive a shorter second placement in a contrasting school and an experience visit to a primary school.
As well as receiving Qualified Teacher Status, you will also receive a Post Graduate Certificate in Education (PGCE) in partnership with Northumbria University.
Many secondary subjects attract tax-free bursaries and scholarships while you train.
Visit www.tommyflowersscitt.co.uk for further details and for information on applying.