Teacher Training

 

Are you looking to become a teacher? Would you like to train at St Stephen's or at another Tandridge school?

Great teachers are never forgotten.

Teachers transform lives and make futures brighter.

Come and find out more on Tuesday 8th January 9.30 – 11.30am  at St. Mary’s Primary School, Silkham Road, Oxted RH8 0NP

Do you want to become a teacher or know someone who does?

Why not train with us?   Tandridge Teaching Alliance

What we can offer you:

  • High quality classroom experience in OFSTED rated ‘good’ and ‘outstanding’ schools
  • Children who are engaged and eager to learn
  • Experienced and passionate support and guidance from our team of expert mentors.
  • An extensive program of professional development opportunities to help you get the best start in your career.
  • Excellent transport links for quick and easy access to our Schools and to our partner Universities

We would be delighted to welcome you to the TTA to begin your teacher training journey.

  1. Schools Direct

If you want your training to be based in a school of your choice, where you can be fully immersed in the life of a teacher from day one, a school-led training course is for you. You’re selected by the school and are based there during your training. You will also spend time in at least one other school to gain the broad experience required to become a teacher. All school-led courses cover the practical and theoretical elements of teaching alongside University partners. Most school-led courses lead to a postgraduate certificate in education (PGCE) and/or master’s-level credits, in addition to qualified teacher status (QTS). The TTA works in partnership with both Christ College, Canterbury and Brighton University.

  1. SCITT

We constantly look to develop outstanding school-led primary initial teacher training programmes, integrated with the Teaching School expertise that engages schools in the Partnership in leading the training of high calibre recruits to become outstanding members of the teaching profession in Surrey and its bordering counties. We have linked with South Farnham who are Surrey’s largest school-led primary provider of initial teacher training with over 100 schools in Surrey and beyond. Their trainees are highly sought after and they look to deliver 100% employment every year. A PGCE qualification is available to those who wish to pursue this M-level qualification (60 masters credits) with Roehampton University. To find out more about the programmes on offer, entry requirements and FAQs please have a look at their new interactive brochure and promotional video or visit www.ssfscitt.org.uk.

For more general information on becoming a teacher:

Please contact us at info@ttatraining.co.uk for more information and to book your place or alternatively call us on 01883 712817. We look forward to meeting you.