Interested in becoming a primary teacher?
Want to train with a local partnership of highly supportive successful schools?
Then apply to Essex Primary SCITT.
School direct is the Government’s new route into teaching which puts schools at the heart of teacher training and aims to produce the best teachers to meet local needs. Stebbing Primary is a primary school working in close partnership with other local schools to produce confident, highly skilled, enthusiastic and innovative practitioners to work in our local area.
Essex Primary SCITT have open days running this term:
Working with our partner provider Essex Primary SCITT we are offering very high quality training for graduates wishing to teach in primary schools through a one-year full time school based route leading to Qualified Teacher Status.
‘Fantastically organised and well structured course. The taught programme is very comprehensive and full of brilliant ideas that you can take, use and adapt.’
‘Tutors are extremely knowledgeable and helpful and deliver sessions in an engaging way. I feel that I am now equipped to teach my own class confidently and creatively.’
‘Fantastic really supportive school, fantastic staff, experienced mentor who was incredible. Cannot put into words how good this experience was.’
‘I feel that the course gave us the knowledge and skills to make us highly employable in a very competitive market.’
‘I can’t rate the course more highly. The way the course is structured allows you to get to know what life is like in a school whilst gradually building up your teaching experience. You are utterly supported along the way by the tutors and mentors who are out to give you the very best start in your career as a teacher. Certainly, for me this was the best pathway to take to QTS.’
‘I feel that this is a fantastic way to train as a teacher, as the trainee is part of the school team from day 1.’
To apply for one of our School Direct places you will need to fill in an application form on the DfE website:
From 2014 all applications will be made through UCAS teacher training:
Our qualifying trainees recommend it to you…
What qualifications do you need?
- A degree at 2.2 or above from UK higher education institution (or equivalent)
- GCSE Grade C or equivalent in Mathematics, English Language and Science (or equivalent).
We would also expect you to have recent and relevant experience with primary aged children in an educational environment.
Introduction of pre-entry skills tests
From 1 September 2012 the government introduced pre-entry skills tests in literacy and numeracy and all new trainees must pass these before starting their training course. Once you have submitted an application form for a teacher training course you will be able to book skills tests via the DfE website
You can find out more about the training programme by visiting: