Welcome to the Two Counties Teacher Training Partnership, which comprises of Little Heath School, Prospect School, The Willink School and The Hurst Community College. As a Partnership, we pride ourselves on our teaching and the strength of our teacher training programmes. We have many years' experience supporting trainee teachers with our talented ITT Co-ordinators, mentors and supportive Leadership teams. Successful School Direct trainees will be based in one school, but will meet with other trainees across the Partnership and have the opportunity of placements in our variety of different educational settings.
School Direct is a one year programme that enables aspirant teachers to train full-time in schools. For further details on School Direct please access the Teaching Agency's website: www.education.gov.uk/teachschooldirect.
The Two Counties Teacher Training Partnership is working with the University of Reading as a training provider, an alliance that is well established, strong and successful. The Two Counties Teacher Training Partnership have a great deal of experience supporting trainee teachers with the University of Reading; many trainees continue at our schools after their Initial Teacher Training, completing their NQT years and developing their careers further. For more details on the University of Reading and School Direct please click here: http://www.reading.sc.uk/education/pg-taught/ioe-SchoolDirect.aspx
For entry in 2016-2016, the Two Counties training Partnership will be offering places in the following subjects:
|Subject||SD (Salaried) QTS||SD with PGCE|
|Design and Technology||1|
The above subjects and the number of places may be subject to change.
A short video in regard to applications is now available via the following link: http://www.ucas.tv/gttr/video/fmvNH
There are strict application criteria for applicants to this programme. Salaried applicants must have three or more years' career experience prior to commencing of the training programme. All applicants must have GCSE A*-C passess in GCSE Mathematics and English; have a second class upper division degree (or better) in a relevant subject (certain subjects may have some flexibility on this).
The Two Counties Teacher Training Partnership offers a number of benefits where appropriate. For an information pack, please contact: