Programme offers chance to become a qualified teacher

A programme to help aspiring teachers into the profession is to launch for the Sleaford area.
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From September, Wyndham Park Nursery School, of Grantham will lead a new ‘Grantham Hub’, offering School Centred Initial Teacher Training in partnership with Lincolnshire Teaching School Alliance.

Completion of the programme will result in the awarding of Qualified Teacher Status and a Masters level Postgraduate Certificate in Education, accredited by the University of Lincoln.

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All trainees will spend an academic year based full-time in a school. They will be released for one day each week to attend curriculum and academic learning sessions.

At the end of the year, the trainees will be fully qualified teachers of the complete primary age range.

Applicants are able to express preferences for training schools within Grantham Hub, including Horbling Brown’s CofE Primary School, Sleaford; and Digby CofE Primary School; Dunston St Peter’s CofE Primary School; and Nocton Community Primary School from the Spires Federation.

As this is a postgraduate course, applicants must have (or be about to complete) an undergraduate degree qualification.

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Applications can be made through UCAS Teacher Training or DfE Apply for Teaching Training using provider code 25G (Lincolnshire Teaching School Alliance and the following course codes: 3-7 years age range: U573; 5-11 years age range: 2PSM; 7-11 years age range: Z103).

Applicants are asked select the Grantham Hub location on the form.

l For more information, contact Grantham Hub lead Lucy Bradley on 01476 563966 or [email protected], or the Lincolnshire Teaching School Alliance on [email protected] or 01522 889297.

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