Are you interested in new career in teaching?  If so, this is the perfect opportunity for you to learn all you need to know about teacher training with our partnership and how to apply.

Who is this event for?  This event is designed for anyone who already has a degree (or is just completing their degree) and is interested in teaching in primary – particularly those who are considering starting their initial teacher training in September 2018.  It offers a great opportunity to get all your questions about teaching and teacher training answered.

What to expect at Wellstead Primary School:  If you attend you’ll be able to:

  • spend time in a classroom environment
  • talk to teachers about what it is like to be a teacher
  • talk with children about their experiences as learners
  • talk with current trainee teachers

What to expect at Wildern School:

  • meet our SCITT team and visit our bespoke training centre
  • reflect on your morning at Wellstead Primary School
  • discuss the different teacher training options available within our partnership, to help you decide which would best suit you
  • receive advice on submitting a successful UCAS application
  • find out about our entry requirements
  • find out about bursaries, scholarships and funding available for teacher training

How to register:  Please e-mail This email address is being protected from spambots. You need JavaScript enabled to view it. with your name and contact telephone number to book your place. You will receive an e-mail acknowledgement to confirm your place which will confirm the timings of the day.

We look forward to meeting you.

http://wildernpartnership.co.uk/events/primary-school-taster-morning-wellstead-primary-school-school-tuesday-12th-december/

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ETC Alliance

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Wellstead Primary School work together with the ETC Alliance who provide an infrastructure which connects staff across schools to learn with and from each other in innovative and creative ways. Offering learning opportunities for colleagues to positively influence educational change and improve outcomes for children and young people.

Learning takes many forms, from workshops, formal programmes, peer reviews, moderation and practitioner-led enquiries.The Alliance works with leaders in schools to recruit high quality people into the profession and to train and develop colleagues at each stage of their career. Progression and career development within an Alliance structure brings benefits to staff who wish to continue to invest in their own learning.

http://etcalliance.co.uk/