Train to be a Teacher with Tidal Teaching School Alliance
Spring Cottage Primary School is a lead school in Tidal Teaching School Alliance. Part of this role is to help recruit and train new teachers to become the outstanding practitioners of the future. Currently Tidal Teaching School are recruiting trainee teachers through the UCAS portal. The link below takes you to the the UCAS website to find teaching courses in the area. There are a number of providers in the area who all provide high quality training.
If you are a dynamic individual with the passion and drive to become an outstanding teacher within our partnership we would like to hear from you.
Tidal Teaching School is an alliance of high successful schools in Hull and the East Riding.
Schools in the partnership range from the ethnically diverse and inner city, to rural and market town but share a common attribute in that they offer an outstanding professional training experience for graduates new to teaching.
Secondly, where teaching opportunities within the partnership arise, outstanding qualified teachers who have trained with us have the strongest chance of gaining employment.
Our PGCE Initial Teacher Training Programme will:
• Be based around school experience, with most training delivered at the lead schools on a weekly basis, in collaboration with the University of Hull.
• Lead to PGCE with Masters Credits (linking to your Continuing Professional Development within the partnership).
• Lead to a planned career path within our partnership, provided we are able to offer you a position.
You can apply for places with Tidal Teaching School through the UCAS Initial Teacher Training portal, which can be found on their website.
We are already planning our recruitment for 2018/19 and beyond. If you are an undergraduate who would like to gain experience in school prior to training to become a teacher please email Joanne Rozenbroek at email@example.com or firstname.lastname@example.org. Tidal will organise opportunities to develop your skills in good and outstanding schools around the area. It is a great way to get into teaching.