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Primary: White circles with red numbers
Secondary: Red circles with white numbers

Primary

  1. Amberley Primary School
  2. Bailey Green Primary School
  3. Benton Dene Primary School
  4. Brandling Primary School
  5. Cullercoats Primary School
  6. Hadrian Park Primary School
  7. Hadrian Primary School
  8. Howden le Wear Primary School
  9. Morpeth Road Primary Academy
  10. New York Primary School
  11. Percy Hedley School
  12. Ponteland Middle School
  13. Shiremoor Primary School
  14. Southridge First School
  15. St Joseph’s RC Primary School
  16. Valley Gardens Middle School

Secondary

  1. Ashington Academy
  2. Astley Community High School
  3. Benfield School
  4. Bishop Barrington
  5. Cedars Academy Trust
  6. Churchill Community College
  7. Cramlington Learning Village
  8. Dene Community School
  9. Duchess’ Community High School
  10. Duke’s Secondary School
  11. Emmanuel College
  12. Excelsior Academy
  13. Farringdon Community Academy
  14. Framwellgate School
  15. George Stephenson High School
  16. Gosforth Academy
  17. High Tunstall College of Science
  18. Ian Ramsay COE Academy
  19. John Spence Community High
  20. Kenton School
  21. Kepier School
  22. King Edward VI School
  23. Kingsmeadow Community Comprehensive
  24. Longbenton Community College
  25. Lord Lawson of Beamish Academy
  26. Monkseaton High School
  27. Moorside Pupil Referral Unit
  28. Mortimer Community College
  29. Newcastle High School for Girls
  30. Nunthorpe Academy
  31. Parkview Community School
  32. Ponteland High School
  33. Prudhoe Community High School
  34. Queen Elizabeth High School
  35. Royal Grammar School
  36. South Shields Community School
  37. St Benet Biscop Catholic High School
  38. St Mary’s Catholic School
  39. St Thomas More Roman Catholic Academy
  40. St Wilfrid’s Roman Catholic College
  41. Thorp Academy
  42. Walbottle Campus
  43. Walker Technology College
  44. Whickham School and Sports College
  45. Whitley Bay High School
  46. Woodham Academy

 

All North East Partnership SCITT trainees are registered with Northumbria University for the award of PGCE. They are issued with a Northumbria University user ID and password giving them access to university email, u-drive and desktop anywhere. They are also issued with a smartcard to access the university libraries. Northumbria University’s libraries are nationally recognised for the range and quality of services they offer. They are regularly ranked in the top 20 per cent of UK university libraries in student surveys and have been awarded the Cabinet Office Award for Customer Service Excellence.

 

Once registered with the university all trainees will automatically become members of the Northumbria University Student’s Union and will have access to a Northumbria University Extra Discount Card, Northumbria University Clubs and Societies and Northumbria University Sports Teams and Clubs.

 

We have recently joined forces with education recruitment specialist Vision for Education, to help prepare students for the world of teaching. Vision for Education will support trainees to secure a permanent role once they have graduated. Experienced recruitment consultants will provide trainees with useful job search and application advice and help with personal statement writing and interview techniques. Trainees will also be able to access free training courses through Vision for Education’s continuing development (CPD) programme for teaching staff, to help enhance their skills and keep them up-to-date with the latest developments in education. Vision for Education specialise in providing temporary and permanent teaching and support staff for primary, secondary and SEND (special education needs and disabilities) schools. They have fifteen branches across the UK and are part of TES – the global digital education company committed to supporting teaching and learning.

 

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We work closely with the Association for Physical Education (afPE) to ensure that programme staff and trainees are at the forefront of current and cutting-edge practice in physical education. An afPE representative sits on the SCITT Management Committee. The editor of Physical Education Matters’, the afPE journal, supports trainees with their academic writing and to publish their work in the journal if they wish.

 

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We have strong links with the Youth Sport Trust (YST).   A number of partnership schools are members of the YST and have the YST Partner Mark. A YST representative sits on the SCITT Management Committee. Some trainees have had their work published on the YST website and in YST publications.

WORDS FROM OUR TRAINEES

I would highly recommend the North East Partnership SCITT to anyone wanting to pursue a career in teaching. The course allows for a true school experience while equipping you with a variety of masterclasses in teaching and learning. The support received from the SCITT team is outstanding and guaranteed to help you secure a teaching post.

Leeann Irving

My experience of the North East Partnership SCITT has enabled me to become the confident teacher I am today. The support you receive from your tutors helps to develop your planning, content and structure of lessons and how to effectively manage your class. This gives you the belief in your ability as teacher when you start your first teaching post.

Liam Blythe

I had a fantastic experience on both teaching placements, with really supportive staff. I had the opportunity to teach in very contrasting schools and across the full curriculum, including examination PE at Key Stage 4 and 5. The course gave me an excellent start for a career in teaching and has allowed me to progress into promotional opportunities

Ian Middleton

Having been a trainee and then a school based tutor on the course, it is my belief that NEP SCITT is the best teacher training provider around. The course consists of high quality training which focuses on the practical and theoretical aspects of being a physical education teacher, delivered by the best practitioners and schools in the area. Trainees are then able to develop their practice in a variety of school placements, with a strong support network of physical education teachers on hand to offer guidance and support.

Aaron White

It was a genuine privilege to train through the North East Partnership SCITT. The mix of theory and hands on teaching allowed me to develop into a reflective practitioner. An absolutely fantastic course ran by dedicated professionals.

Andrew Archibald

NEP SCITT equipped me with the necessary qualities and skills to become a successful teacher. Courses and CPD events allowed me to develop a greater understanding of monitoring and measuring progress of different ability students.

Jade Murray

After completing my PGCE and entering my first teaching job I realised the SCITT programme had set me up fantastically well. Halfway through the course I sat my first interview and got my first job. This wouldn’t have been possible without the excellent support or amazing network of people who are involved in the programme. Couldn’t recommend it enough!

Louis Lawson