TRAIN TO BE A TEACHER AT SOUTHCHURCH HIGH SCHOOL
WHY TRAIN WITH US?
Southchurch High School is a strategic partner in Southend SCITT. Working together with other local schools, we offer you a fantastic school based opportunity to train in a supportive and aspirational environment. Our staff are excellent practitioners and are eager to support and train the next generation of teachers.
Our partnership comprises of Primary and Secondary 11-18, all schools are conveniently located and trainees have the unique opportunity to experience more than one school, age range and sector. We can offer you outstanding practical teacher training leading to QTS with the Professional Graduate Certificate in Education (PGCE); this is truly an exceptional opportunity.
CORE PHILOSOPHY OF OUR PROGRAMME
Our core philosophy is to train the next generation of teachers to inspire, motivate and challenge our children. We will work with our trainees to build a solid foundation from which they can embark upon a rewarding career. We work to create an environment in which teachers and students thrive and feel valued and supported. Parents, teachers and children need excellent teachers in schools and our purpose is to provide them!
Working closely with our partners the Southend SCITT allows us to provide each trainee with rich opportunities to develop their teaching skills. Each trainee will have a personal learning programme closely matched to their individual needs and aspirations.
We actively encourage LSAs to make the transition to teacher and also offer a range of voluntary placements for suitable candidates. Should you wish to find out more about these opportunities, take a tour of our school or ask any further questions that you may have, please email email@example.com.
Information and guidance to becoming a teacher.
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Teaching Apprenticeship Chelmsford College in collaboration with Canterbury Christ Church have developed an innovative way for schools to ‘grow their own teachers’. The Teaching Apprenticeship scheme
On a school-led training course, you’ll get the chance to learn on the job in at least two schools, learning from experienced colleagues. You’ll receive a combination of classroom teaching and practical training to ensure you become an effective teacher.