Do you have a graduate working or volunteering in your school ready to train to teach?
If so, the Bradford Birth to 19 SCITT is able to provide
funded opportunities to have your staff trained to become teachers while continuing to work at your school.
We are currently enrolling for September 2017 start.
School Direct Salaried trainees train in your school and are released 2 days a week for the first half term, followed by a day a week until Easter 2017 to follow a training programme for one academic year. The training has been written by schools and is
delivered by their outstanding practitioners. Training in a school setting means that trainees can observe teaching, practice their skills and become confident teachers, ready to be regularly good as NQTs.
If you are interested in finding out more about becoming a school providing training, just get in touch. The Bradford Birth to 19 SCITT is run by St Edmund’s Nursery School in partnership with other schools in our Teaching School Alliance.
How do finances work?
For trainees enrolling on our School Direct Salaried Programme, we are able to allocate £9,000 of funding to schools for each trainee placed in a school. This is paid to schools by us. The school needs to cover any additional salary payments, including
on-costs. They also need to pay £4000 per trainee to the SCITT.
What qualifications and experience are needed?
Applicants will need GCSE English and Maths and Science at grade C or better, a minimum 2:2 degree and typically 3 years of work experience, some of it working with children, by the time they start training.
How do I find out more about applying?
Please get in touch today – the funding is limited with up to 30 places available. We are encouraging early expressions of interest and applications.
Flyer for downloading here
If you are interested please contact Katie Waring, Head of ITT
Phone: 01274 494898 or why not attend one of our open evenings (next on 19th October) – see our website for further details: