Our Programme

We are proud to be working in partnership with Durham University, Leeds Beckett University and Sheffield Hallam University to deliver excellent teacher training across the Tees Valley and Yorkshire and the Humber. All of our courses result in a PGCE with QTS.

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UCAS Code - North 2G9

We are proud to be working in partnership with Durham University to deliver teacher education and this programme has been rated ‘Outstanding’ by Ofsted.

During your training year, you will complete two placements as your school-based training. Your first placement will take place from September to December and your second placement will take place from January to June.

A typical training week will be as follows:

  • Monday – Wednesday: School-based training.

  • Thursday – Friday: Subject Knowledge, Professional Studies and Master’s sessions at Durham University.

On completion of this course, you will receive a PGCE with QTS and 90 Master’s credits.

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UCAS Code - 2JN

We are excited about our newly-formed partnership with Leeds Beckett University. This university is one of only 25 universities to have had their initial teacher training allocations confirmed for the next three years, an acknowledgement by the Department for Education of their excellent provision.

During your training year, you will complete two placements as your school-based training. Your first placement will take place from September to December and your second placement will take place from January to June.

A typical training week will be as follows:

  • Monday: Education and Professional Studies (EPS) session at the Outwood Institute of Education.

  • Tuesday – Thursday: School-based training.

  • Friday: Subject Knowledge and Master’s sessions at Leeds Beckett University.

On completion of this course, you will receive a PGCE with QTS and 60 Master’s credits.

 
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UCAS Code: South IGV

We are delighted to be working in partnership with Sheffield Hallam University to deliver teacher education. The primary programme was rated ‘Outstanding’ by Ofsted in November 2017 and the secondary programme was rated ‘Good’.

During your training year, you will complete two placements as your school-based training. Your first placement will take place from September to December and your second placement will take place from January to June.

A typical training week will be as follows:

  • Monday: Education and Professional Studies (EPS) session at the Outwood Institute of Education.

  • Tuesday – Thursday: School-based training.

  • Friday: Subject Knowledge and Master’s sessions at SHU.

On completion of this course, you will receive a PGCE with QTS and 60 Master’s credits.

If you are a Primary or Primary PE trainee, you will complete a 6 week assessed block of teaching in the autumn term and an 8 week assessed block of teaching in the summer term.

There is a compulsory 3 week PE Summer School for Primary PE trainees; this takes place in August prior to starting the course.