PRIMARY SECONDARY

Courses

There are a number of different ways you can get into teaching and much will depend on your individual circumstances and previous experience.

Please do get in touch with us at ITTAdministration@saf.org.uk and let us help you find the way forward that is best for you.

We can offer supportive personalised training in a real-life school environment, where you observe and learn best practice from peers while you study. 

At SAF ITT, we offer the following routes which include a PGCE:

 

Primary
+

SCITT Training Programme (Tuition Fee)
+

Working in partnership with schools in Bedfordshire, Northamptonshire, Hertfordshire and Cambridgeshire, we train the next generation of primary teachers and future primary school leaders.

The SCITT programme is distinctive from more traditional routes in that trainees spend the majority of their time in schools. Trainees meet weekly at their training venue depending on their location. This approach to learning  equips trainees with the knowledge, skills and understanding of the key aspects required to be an effective teacher.

We hope that trainees will form very close attachments to schools, their staff and, in particular, the person nominated to be the Mentor during the training. 

Trainees will experience two contrasting school placements in once of the following age ranges.

Typically training with us will take place across the age ranges of 3 to 7 or 5 to 11.   

How much will it cost?

This route is open to all graduates and is funded by tuition fees paid by the trainee. You would be required to pay tuition fees of £9,000 and can apply to the Student Loans Company  for tuition fee and maintenance loans. Secondary trainees may be eligible for a bursary from the Department for Education, or a scholarship dependent on the training subject and degree class. 

Overseas candidates

We welcome candidates who have studied outside the UK but trainees will need to check first with ENIC to establish if your qualifications are equivalent to UK GCSEs, A levels or an undergraduate degree.

Candidates must meet the entry criteria below

• a standard equivalent to a grade 4 in the GCSE examinations in English and mathematics
• those who intend to train to teach pupils aged 3 to 11 additionally have achieved a standard equivalent to a grade 4 in the GCSE examination in a science subject
• hold a first degree of a United Kingdom higher education institution or equivalent qualification

What other requirements are there?.

All candidates must apply for teacher training through DfE Apply or UCAS.

All candidates will take part in a rigorous selection process designed to assess their suitability to train to teach.

Health and Physical capacity to train to teach

Providers have a responsibility to ensure that trainees have the health and physical capacity to train to teach and will not put children and young people at risk of harm. The activities that a teacher must be able to perform are set out in the Education (Health Standards) (England) Regulations 2003. Providers are responsible for ensuring that only trainees who have the capacity to teach remain on the programme.

People with disabilities or chronic illnesses may have the capacity to train to teach, just as those without disabilities or medical conditions may be unsuitable to train to teach.

Successful applicants may be asked to complete a fitness questionnaire prior to commencing the programme. ITT providers should not ask all-encompassing health questions but should ensure they only ask targeted and relevant health-related questions which are necessary to ensure that a person is able to train to teach.

All candidates are required to disclose any criminal convictions. Successful candidates will be subject to appropriate pre-selection checks. This will include obtaining and considering Disclosure and Barring Service (DBS) criminal records checks and children’s barred list information, criminal record checks for overseas candidates, the Disqualification under the Childcare Act 2006 statutory guidance and that candidates are not subject to a prohibition order issued by the Secretary of State.

How do you apply?

All applications for entry onto any of our teacher training routes must be made through the DfE Apply or UCAS teacher training

School Direct Training Programme (Tuition Fee)
+

Working in partnership with schools in Bedfordshire, Northamptonshire, Hertfordshire and Cambridgeshire, we train the next generation of primary teachers and future primary school leaders.

Working in partnership with our Lead Schools we offer the School Direct programme. On this route trainees spend the majority of their time in schools. Trainees meet weekly at their training venue depending on their location. This approach to learning equips trainees with the knowledge, skills and understanding of the key aspects required to be an effective teacher.

We hope that trainees will form very close attachments to schools, their staff and, in particular, the person nominated to be the Mentor during the training.

Trainees will experience two contrasting school placements in once of the following age ranges.

Typically training with us will take place across the age ranges of 3 to 7 or 5 to 11.

How much will it cost?

This route is open to all graduates and is funded by tuition fees paid by the trainee. You would be required to pay tuition fees of £9,000 and can apply to the Student Loans Company for tuition fee and maintenance loans. Secondary trainees may be eligible for a bursary from the Department for Education, or a scholarship dependent on the training subject and degree class.

Overseas candidates

We welcome candidates who have studied outside the UK but trainees will need to check first with ENIC to establish if your qualifications are equivalent to UK GCSEs, A levels or an undergraduate degree.

Candidates must meet the entry criteria below:

• a standard equivalent to a grade 4 in the GCSE examinations in English and mathematics
• those who intend to train to teach pupils aged 3 to 11 additionally have achieved a standard equivalent to a grade 4 in the GCSE examination in a science subject
• hold a first degree of a United Kingdom higher education institution or equivalent qualification

What other requirements are there?

All candidates must apply for teacher training through DfE Apply or UCAS.

All candidates will take part in a rigorous selection process designed to assess their suitability to train to teach.

Health and Physical capacity to train to teach

Providers have a responsibility to ensure that trainees have the health and physical capacity to train to teach and will not put children and young people at risk of harm. The activities that a teacher must be able to perform are set out in the Education (Health Standards) (England) Regulations 2003. Providers are responsible for ensuring that only trainees who have the capacity to teach remain on the programme.

People with disabilities or chronic illnesses may have the capacity to train to teach, just as those without disabilities or medical conditions may be unsuitable to train to teach.

Successful applicants may be asked to complete a fitness questionnaire prior to commencing the programme. ITT providers should not ask all-encompassing health questions but should ensure they only ask targeted and relevant health-related questions which are necessary to ensure that a person is able to train to teach.

All candidates are required to disclose any criminal convictions. Successful candidates will be subject to appropriate pre-selection checks. This will include obtaining and considering Disclosure and Barring Service (DBS) criminal records checks and children’s barred list information, criminal record checks for overseas candidates, the Disqualification under the Childcare Act 2006 statutory guidance and that candidates are not subject to a prohibition order issued by the Secretary of State.

How do you apply?
All applications for entry onto any of our teacher training routes must be made through the DfE  or UCAS teacher training.

 

 

School Direct Training Programme (Salaried)
+

Working in partnership with schools in Bedfordshire, Northamptonshire, Hertfordshire and Cambridgeshire, we train the next generation of primary teachers and future primary school leaders.

The Government has withdrawn the salary grant available to schools hosting trainees on the employment based route. Candidates pursuing this route must have a school in place to employ them.   The employing school would be liable for the trainees salary, course fees and to be aware that the trainee would be away from school for a significant placement in a contrasting setting whilst still be paid a salary.


On this route trainees spend the majority of their time in schools.  Trainees meet weekly at their training venue depending on their location. This approach to learning equips trainees with the knowledge, skills and understanding of the key aspects required to be an effective teacher.

We hope that trainees will form very close attachments to schools, their staff and, in particular, the person nominated to be the Mentor during the training.

Trainees will experience two contrasting school placements in once of the following age ranges.

Typically training with us will take place across the age ranges of 3 to 7 or 5 to 11.

How much will it cost?
This route is open to all graduates with an employing school in place to support them. Course fees will be £6,000 plus salary and on costs payable by the employing school by arrangement.  

Overseas candidates

We welcome candidates who have studied outside the UK but trainees will need to check first with ENIC to establish if your qualifications are equivalent to UK GCSEs, A levels or an undergraduate degree.

Candidates must meet the entry criteria below

• a standard equivalent to a grade 4 in the GCSE examinations in English and mathematics
• those who intend to train to teach pupils aged 3 to 11 additionally have achieved a standard equivalent to a grade 4 in the GCSE examination in a science subject
• hold a first degree of a United Kingdom higher education institution or equivalent qualification

What other requirements are there?
All candidates must apply for teacher training through DfE Apply or UCAS.

All candidates will take part in a rigorous selection process designed to assess their suitability to train to teach.

Health and Physical capacity to train to teach
Providers have a responsibility to ensure that trainees have the health and physical capacity to train to teach and will not put children and young people at risk of harm. The activities that a teacher must be able to perform are set out in the Education (Health Standards) (England) Regulations 2003. Providers are responsible for ensuring that only trainees who have the capacity to teach remain on the programme.

People with disabilities or chronic illnesses may have the capacity to train to teach, just as those without disabilities or medical conditions may be unsuitable to train to teach.

Successful applicants may be asked to complete a fitness questionnaire prior to commencing the programme. ITT providers should not ask all-encompassing health questions but should ensure they only ask targeted and relevant health-related questions which are necessary to ensure that a person is able to train to teach.

All candidates are required to disclose any criminal convictions. Successful candidates will be subject to appropriate pre-selection checks. This will include obtaining and considering Disclosure and Barring Service (DBS) criminal records checks and children’s barred list information, criminal record checks for overseas candidates, the Disqualification under the Childcare Act 2006 statutory guidance and that candidates are not subject to a prohibition order issued by the Secretary of State.

How do you apply?

All applications for entry onto any of our teacher training routes must be made through the DfE Apply or UCAS teacher training

School Direct Training Programme (SEND)
+

Working in partnership with schools in Bedfordshire, Northamptonshire, Hertfordshire and Cambridgeshire, we train the next generation of primary teachers and future primary school leaders.

Working in partnership with Lead Schools Samuel Pepys and Maplefields we offer the School Direct SEND programme covering most geographical locations (please contact us for clarification). For trainees who are interested in working with children with special education needs and disabilities, we work with a number of Special Schools. Trainees on this programme will spend the majority of their school experience in a special school setting. They will also be required to complete a significant placement in a mainstream primary school in order to meet the requirements of the programme. Trainees meet weekly at their training venue depending on their location. This approach to learning equips trainees with the knowledge, skills and understanding of the key aspects required to be an effective teacher.

We hope that trainees will form very close attachments to schools, their staff and, in particular, the person nominated to be the Mentor during the training.

Trainees will experience two contrasting school placements in one of the following age ranges.

Typically training with us will take place across the age ranges of 3 to 7 or 5 to 11.

How much will it cost?

This route is open to all graduates and is funded by tuition fees paid by the trainee. You would be required to pay tuition fees of £9,000 and can apply to the Student Loans Company for tuition fee and maintenance loans. Secondary trainees may be eligible for a bursary from the Department for Education, or a scholarship dependent on the training subject and degree class.

Overseas candidates

We welcome candidates who have studied outside the UK but trainees will need to check first with ENIC to establish if your qualifications are equivalent to UK GCSEs, A levels or an undergraduate degree.

Candidates must meet the entry criteria below:-

• a standard equivalent to a grade 4 in the GCSE examinations in English and mathematics
• those who intend to train to teach pupils aged 3 to 11 additionally have achieved a standard equivalent to a grade 4 in the GCSE examination in a science subject
• hold a first degree of a United Kingdom higher education institution or equivalent qualification

What other requirements are there?

All candidates must apply for teacher training through DfE Apply or UCAS.

All candidates will take part in a rigorous selection process designed to assess their suitability to train to teach.

Health and Physical capacity to train to teach
Providers have a responsibility to ensure that trainees have the health and physical capacity to train to teach and will not put children and young people at risk of harm. The activities that a teacher must be able to perform are set out in the Education (Health Standards) (England) Regulations 2003. Providers are responsible for ensuring that only trainees who have the capacity to teach remain on the programme.

People with disabilities or chronic illnesses may have the capacity to train to teach, just as those without disabilities or medical conditions may be unsuitable to train to teach.

Successful applicants may be asked to complete a fitness questionnaire prior to commencing the programme. ITT providers should not ask all-encompassing health questions but should ensure they only ask targeted and relevant health-related questions which are necessary to ensure that a person is able to train to teach.

All candidates are required to disclose any criminal convictions. Successful candidates will be subject to appropriate pre-selection checks. This will include obtaining and considering Disclosure and Barring Service (DBS) criminal records checks and children’s barred list information, criminal record checks for overseas candidates, the Disqualification under the Childcare Act 2006 statutory guidance and that candidates are not subject to a prohibition order issued by the Secretary of State.

How do you apply?

All applications for entry onto any of our teacher training routes must be made through the DfE  or UCAS teacher training.

 

Part Time Route
+

Currently we do not offer a part time route into teaching.

Apprenticeship Route
+

Currently we do not offer an Apprenticeship route into teaching.

How To Apply
+

All applications for entry onto any of our teacher training routes must be made through the DfE or UCAS teacher training.

Secondary
+

SCITT Training Programme (Tuition Fee)
+

SCITT Training Programme

Working in partnership with schools in Bedfordshire, Northamptonshire and Milton Keynes, we train the next generation of secondary teachers and future secondary school leaders.

The SCITT programme is distinctive from more traditional routes in that trainees spend the majority of their time in schools. Trainees meet weekly at Harrold Primary Academy. This approach to learning equips trainees with the knowledge, skills and understanding of the key aspects required to be an effective teacher.

We hope that trainees will form very close attachments to schools, their staff and, in particular, the person nominated to be the Mentor during the training.

Trainees will experience two contrasting school placements in one of the following age ranges.

Typically training with us will take place across the following age ranges:
11 to 16, 11 to 18, or 14 to 19 depending on the subjects of training.

How much will it cost?
This route is open to all graduates and is funded by tuition fees paid by the trainee. You would be required to pay tuition fees of £9,000 and can apply to the Student Loans Company for tuition fee and maintenance loans. Secondary trainees may be eligible for a bursary from the Department for Education, or a scholarship dependent on the training subject and degree class.

Overseas candidates
We welcome candidates who have studied outside the UK but trainees will need to check first with ENIC to establish if your qualifications are equivalent to UK GCSEs, A levels or an undergraduate degree.

Candidates must meet the entry criteria below:-
• a standard equivalent to a grade 4 in the GCSE examinations in English and mathematics
• hold a first degree of a United Kingdom higher education institution or equivalent qualification

What other requirements are there?
All candidates must apply for teacher training through DfE Apply or UCAS.
All candidates will take part in a rigorous selection process designed to assess their suitability to train to teach.

Health and Physical capacity to train to teach:-
Providers have a responsibility to ensure that trainees have the health and physical capacity to train to teach and will not put children and young people at risk of harm. The activities that a teacher must be able to perform are set out in the Education (Health Standards) (England) Regulations 2003. Providers are responsible for ensuring that only trainees who have the capacity to teach remain on the programme.

People with disabilities or chronic illnesses may have the capacity to train to teach, just as those without disabilities or medical conditions may be unsuitable to train to teach.

Successful applicants will be asked to complete a fitness questionnaire prior to commencing the programme. ITT providers should not ask all-encompassing health questions but should ensure they only ask targeted and relevant health-related questions which are necessary to ensure that a person is able to train to teach.

All candidates are required to disclose any criminal convictions. Successful candidates will be subject to appropriate pre-selection checks. This will include obtaining and considering Disclosure and Barring Service (DBS) criminal records checks and children’s barred list information, criminal record checks for overseas candidates, the Disqualification under the Childcare Act 2006 statutory guidance and that candidates are not subject to a prohibition order issued by the Secretary of State.

How do you apply?
All applications for entry onto any of our teacher training routes must be made through the DfE or UCAS teacher training

 

School Direct Training Programme (Tuition Fee)
+

Working in partnership with schools in Bedfordshire, Northamptonshire and Milton Keynes, we train the next generation of secondary teachers and future secondary school leaders.

Working in partnership with our Lead Schools we offer the School Direct programme. On this route trainees spend the majority of their time in schools. Trainees meet weekly at Harrold Primary Academy. This approach to learning equips trainees with the knowledge, skills and understanding of the key aspects required to be an effective teacher.

We hope that trainees will form very close attachments to schools, their staff and, in particular, the person nominated to be the Mentor during the training.

Trainees will experience two contrasting school placements in once of the following age ranges.

Typically training with us will take place across the following age ranges:
11 to 16, 11 to 18, or 14 to 19 depending on the subject.

How much will it cost?

This route is open to all graduates and is funded by tuition fees paid by the trainee. You would be required to pay tuition fees of £9,000 and can apply to the Student Loans Company for tuition fee and maintenance loans. Secondary trainees may be eligible for a bursary from the Department for Education, or a scholarship dependent on the training subject and degree class.

Overseas candidates

We welcome candidates who have studied outside the UK but trainees will need to check first with ENIC to establish if your qualifications are equivalent to UK GCSEs, A levels or an undergraduate degree.

Candidates must meet the entry criteria below:-

• a standard equivalent to a grade 4 in the GCSE examinations in English and mathematics
• those who intend to train to teach pupils aged 3 to 11 additionally have achieved a standard equivalent to a grade 4 in the GCSE examination in a science subject
• hold a first degree of a United Kingdom higher education institution or equivalent qualification

What other requirements are there?

All candidates must apply for teacher training through DfE Apply or UCAS.

All candidates will take part in a rigorous selection process designed to assess their suitability to train to teach.

Health and Physical capacity to train to teach:

Providers have a responsibility to ensure that trainees have the health and physical capacity to train to teach and will not put children and young people at risk of harm. The activities that a teacher must be able to perform are set out in the Education (Health Standards) (England) Regulations 2003. Providers are responsible for ensuring that only trainees who have the capacity to teach remain on the programme.

People with disabilities or chronic illnesses may have the capacity to train to teach, just as those without disabilities or medical conditions may be unsuitable to train to teach.

Successful applicants will be asked to complete a fitness questionnaire prior to commencing the programme. ITT providers should not ask all-encompassing health questions but should ensure they only ask targeted and relevant health-related questions which are necessary to ensure that a person is able to train to teach.

All candidates are required to disclose any criminal convictions. Successful candidates will be subject to appropriate pre-selection checks. This will include obtaining and considering Disclosure and Barring Service (DBS) criminal records checks and children’s barred list information, criminal record checks for overseas candidates, the Disqualification under the Childcare Act 2006 statutory guidance and that candidates are not subject to a prohibition order issued by the Secretary of State.

How do you apply?

All applications for entry onto any of our teacher training routes must be made through the DfE or UCAS teacher training.

School Direct Training Programme (Salaried)
+

Working in partnership with schools in Bedfordshire, Northamptonshire and Milton Keynes we train the next generation of secondary teachers and future secondary school leaders.

The Government has withdrawn the general salary grant available to schools hosting trainees on the employment based route. Instead, funded salaried places are now only available in the following subjects: Physics, Mathematics, Computing, Chemistry, Classics, Languages and Biology. Candidates pursuing this route must have a school in place to employ them. The employing school would be liable for the trainees salary, course fees and to need be aware that the trainee would be away from school for a significant placement in a contrasting setting whilst still being paid a salary.

On this route trainees spend the majority of their time in schools. Trainees meet weekly Harrold Primary Academy. This approach to learning equips trainees with the knowledge, skills and understanding of the key aspects required to be an effective teacher.

We hope that trainees will form very close attachments to schools, their staff and, in particular, the person nominated to be the Mentor during the training.

Trainees will experience two contrasting school placements in once of the following age ranges.

Typically training with us will take place across the following age ranges:
11 to 16, 11 to 18, or 14 to 19 for secondary training, depending on the subject.

How much will it cost?
This route is open to all graduates with an employing school in place to support them. Course fees will be £6,000 plus salary and on costs payable by the employing school by arrangement.

Overseas candidates
We welcome candidates who have studied outside the UK but trainees will need to check first with ENIC to establish if your qualifications are equivalent to UK GCSEs, A levels or an undergraduate degree.

Candidates must meet the entry criteria below:
a standard equivalent to a grade 4 in the GCSE examinations in English and mathematics
hold a first degree of a United Kingdom higher education institution or equivalent qualification

What other requirements are there?
All candidates must apply for teacher training through DfE Apply or UCAS.
All candidates will take part in a rigorous selection process designed to assess their suitability to train to teach

Health and Physical capacity to train to teach
Providers have a responsibility to ensure that trainees have the health and physical capacity to train to teach and will not put children and young people at risk of harm. The activities that a teacher must be able to perform are set out in the Education (Health Standards) (England) Regulations 2003. Providers are responsible for ensuring that only trainees who have the capacity to teach remain on the programme.

People with disabilities or chronic illnesses may have the capacity to train to teach, just as those without disabilities or medical conditions may be unsuitable to train to teach.

Successful applicants may be asked to complete a fitness questionnaire prior to commencing the programme. ITT providers should not ask all-encompassing health questions but should ensure they only ask targeted and relevant health-related questions which are necessary to ensure that a person is able to train to teach.

All candidates are required to disclose any criminal convictions. Successful candidates will be subject to appropriate pre-selection checks. This will include obtaining and considering Disclosure and Barring Service (DBS) criminal records checks and children’s barred list information, criminal record checks for overseas candidates, the Disqualification under the Childcare Act 2006 statutory guidance and that candidates are not subject to a prohibition order issued by the Secretary of State.

How do you apply?
All applications for entry onto any of our teacher training routes must be made through the DfE or UCAS teacher training

 

School Direct Training Programme (SEND)
+

Working in partnership with schools in Bedfordshire, Northamptonshire and Milton Keynes, we train the next generation of secondary teachers and future secondary school leaders.

Working in partnership with Lead Schools Lincroft Academy and Maplefields, we offer the School Direct SEND programme covering most geographical locations (please contact us for clarification). For trainees who are interested in working with children with special education needs and disabilities, we work with a number of Special Schools. Trainees on this programme will spend the majority of their school experience in a special school setting. They will also be required to complete a significant placement in a mainstream secondary school in order to meet the requirements of the programme. Trainees meet weekly at Harrold Primary Academy. This approach to learning equips trainees with the knowledge, skills and understanding of the key aspects required to be an effective teacher.

We hope that trainees will form very close attachments to schools, their staff and, in particular, the person nominated to be the Mentor during the training.

Trainees will experience two contrasting school placements in one of the following age ranges.

Typically, training with us will take place across the following age ranges:

11 to 16, 11 to 18, or 14 to 19 for secondary training, depending on the subject.

How much will it cost?
This route is open to all graduates and is funded by tuition fees paid by the trainee. You would be required to pay tuition fees of £9,000 and can apply to the Student Loans Company for tuition fee and maintenance loans. Secondary trainees may be eligible for a bursary from the Department for Education, or a scholarship dependent on the training subject and degree class.

Overseas candidates
We welcome candidates who have studied outside the UK but trainees will need to check first with ENIC to establish if your qualifications are equivalent to UK GCSEs, A levels or an undergraduate degree.

Candidates must meet the entry criteria below:
• a standard equivalent to a grade 4 in the GCSE examinations in English and mathematics
• hold a first degree of a United Kingdom higher education institution or equivalent qualification

What other requirements are there?
All candidates must apply for teacher training through DfE Apply or UCAS.

All candidates will take part in a rigorous selection process designed to assess their suitability to train to teach.

Health and Physical capacity to train to teach
Providers have a responsibility to ensure that trainees have the health and physical capacity to train to teach and will not put children and young people at risk of harm.

The activities that a teacher must be able to perform are set out in the Education (Health Standards) (England) Regulations 2003. Providers are responsible for ensuring that only trainees who have the capacity to teach remain on the programme.

People with disabilities or chronic illnesses may have the capacity to train to teach, just as those without disabilities or medical conditions may be unsuitable to train to teach.

Successful applicants will be asked to complete a fitness questionnaire prior to commencing the programme. ITT providers should not ask all-encompassing health questions but should ensure they only ask targeted and relevant health-related questions which are necessary to ensure that a person is able to train to teach.

All candidates are required to disclose any criminal convictions. Successful candidates will be subject to appropriate pre-selection checks. This will include obtaining and considering Disclosure and Barring Service (DBS) criminal records checks and children’s barred list information, criminal record checks for overseas candidates, the Disqualification under the Childcare Act 2006 statutory guidance and that candidates are not subject to a prohibition order issued by the Secretary of State.

How do you apply?
All applications for entry onto any of our teacher training routes must be made through the DfE or UCAS teacher training.

Part Time Route
+

1

Apprentice Route
+

1

Bursary Information
+

1

How To Apply
+

1

Assessment Only Route
+

+

The Assessment only route is a 3 stage process including an audit of the evidence you have for Qualified Teacher Status (QTS), see the Department of Education (DfE) website for further information. Following the audit, if it is considered that you have the necessary experience and evidence to qualify for this route, you will be invited to contact us to discuss how we might proceed.

The Assessment Route Only into teaching is for those who:

Already have a degree and have passed a standard equivalent to a grade C in the GCSE examinations in English, Mathematics and Science
Have substantial experience of working in a UK school as an instructor or unqualified teacher or as a teacher in an independent school or further education institution
Have passed both of the Professional Skills Tests in literacy and numeracy before interview
Can demonstrate that the evidence from your teaching covers two or more consecutive age ranges from the following:

Ages Years
Ages 3 – 5 Foundation Stage
Ages 5 – 7 School Years 1 – 2
Ages 7 – 9 School Years 3 – 4
Ages 9 – 11 School Years 5 – 6
Ages 11 – 14 School Years 7, 8 and 9
Ages 14 – 16 School Years 10 – 11
Ages 16 – 19 Ages 16 – 19

 

The Process

The Assessment only route is a 3 stage process including an audit of the evidence you have for Qualified Teacher Status (QTS), see the DfE website for further information. Following the audit, if it's considered that you have the necessary experience and evidence to qualify for this route, you will be invited to contact us to discuss how we might proceed.

Fees: Total cost £2,500

Stage 1

Initial interview, portfolio check and verification of suitability for assessment only route
Personal qualifications and characteristics
School suitability to support during assessment
Initial overview of evidence including a classroom observation

Stage 2

Preparation for assessment and completion of portfolio.

Stage 3

Final assessment of one day in school
(Applicants would only be charged for (1) until suitability to proceed to final assessment has been established.)

If you currently work in a Primary School contact Bev Collier or if you work in a Secondary School please contact Clare McGivern.

School Web Design by FSE Design