To apply to the North East Partnership SCITT applicants must use the UCAS ITT application system or the DfE apply system. Applications can be submitted from the 13th October 2020, for a September entry for the academic year 2021. As demand for places is very high interested applicants are advised to apply early. Applicants will be able to use the DfE search tool ‘Find Postgraduate Teacher Training’ to search for courses prior to applying through UCAS Teacher Training or DfE Apply. Click on the following link to apply: https://getintoteaching.education.gov.uk/how-to-apply-for-teacher-training
For the 2021/22 academic year we hope to recruit twenty eight secondary physical education SCITT trainees and fourteen primary with a PE specialism School Direct trainees.
- North East Partnership SCITT (Physical Education) – UCAS code – N55 2LFK
- North East Partnership SCITT Primary with a PE Specialism (School Direct) John Spence Community High School – UCAS code – 25W 2Q9L
The UCAS/DfE systems will automatically forward applications to the programme team who will send an email acknowledging receipt. Shortlisted applicants will be invited to an interview day at one of the partnership schools; these days will consist of a group task, a literacy and data task, a teaching episode and a formal interview. The interview panel will comprise representatives from the partnership schools. You will be notified through UCAS/DfE of the outcome of your interview. Our intentions are to deliver our interview days face to face, within the covid-19 guidelines. We will however, provide a virtual interview for anyone who is self isolating or should the government guidance change.
We are looking for individuals who are well qualified with relevant and up-to-date experience and who have interests and talents that would enhance children’s learning experiences. You should be enthusiastic, hardworking, resilient, happy to ‘think outside the box’ and have well developed organisation and communication skills. You will need to be able to use your initiative, manage workload and work co-operatively and effectively with others. You must be passionate about a career in teaching and enjoy working with young people, building warm relationships that promote learning.