Across BDAT and our academies we want to prioritise the support and development of our trainee teachers as we believe they are the future teachers and leaders of our Trust. We have made a commitment to invest our time and resource in making sure your first steps in to teaching provide you with the highest quality training within a supportive family of schools.
Why choose BDAT to train to teach?
Meet our partner providers:
Birth to 19 SCITT
Bradford Birth to 19 SCITT is a truly school led route into both primary and secondary teaching, where the all of the course has been designed by practicing teachers. After your year’s training you be will recommend you for QTS (Qualified Teacher Status) and you will be awarded a PGCE. They will support you through workshops into your first teaching post and have above national average rates for employment.
The SCITT training programme is delivered in many great schools throughout the Bradford area. You will be training by listening to and observing inspiring practitioners. You’ll get the opportunity to practise your skills in a safe and supportive classroom environment. Click here for the Bradford Birth to 19 SCITT website http://bradfordbirthto19.co.uk/index.php/home
GORSE SCITT Bradford is new for 2019. They offer the full PGCE (Post Graduate Certificate of Education) and full QTS (Qualified Teacher Status) over 1 year for secondary trainee teachers. They come with a great track record – Gorse Leeds is the only “Outstanding” provider of secondary teacher training in the Yorkshire and Humber region.
GORSE have a successful track record of developing outstanding secondary school teachers. They have excellent rates of employability for graduates both within their alliance schools and also elsewhere in the Yorkshire region and beyond. BDAT secondary schools are committed partners within GORSE Bradford. Click here for the link to the GORSE SCITT website https://gorsescitt.org.uk/
Leeds Trinity University
Leeds Trinity University offer a range of Primary and Secondary University-led PGCEs. They are one-year, full-time courses structured in three stages to gradually build the confidence and knowledge you’ll need to become an outstanding teacher.
Leeds Trinity University was founded as a teacher training college in 1966. Over the years, they’ve diversified and expanded over the years to become one of the UK’s top ten universities for teaching quality and student experience, but an unwavering commitment to providing outstanding teacher training has remained at the very heart of Leeds Trinity. This has led to them developing a reputation as one of the UK’s most respected teacher training providers. http://www.leedstrinity.ac.uk/courses/institute-of-childhood-and-education/pgce-provider-led-teacher-training
The Teach First teacher training programme places you in the classroom, where you learn to teach and lead from the front. Unlike most graduate schemes, you have real responsibility and make a difference from day one, which is why we are rated fourth in the Times Top 100 graduate employers list. The training takes two years but the benefits will last your whole career
You earn a salary while you train and gain a Postgraduate Diploma in Education and Leadership (PGDE, worth double the credits of a PGCE). A host of opportunities are available to build relationships with our prestigious partners, who recognise the value of skills developed on our programme. https://www.teachfirst.org.uk/our-programme
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