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YOUR QUESTIONS ANSWERED

What is the SCITT (School Centred Initial Teacher Training) approach to Teacher Training?

On our school centred ITT courses you are immersed in schools for 100% of the course. Within the first week you will start on your 3-4 day a week placement in your identified school. For the remainder of the week you will be with peers in focussed training sessions that support you to improve your teaching practice. These take place in schools throughout Bradford.

What qualifications do I gain?

When you are successful on the secondary course you will gain Qualified Teacher Status (QTS) and potentially the PGCE. This is identical to the qualifications you would gain on a university course.

What are the entry requirements?

  • You will need to be a graduate ideally with a 2.2 (Hons)classification or above. 
  • You will need to have GCSE grade 'C'(4) or above in Mathematics and English Language/Literature or equivalent.
  • Succesfull completion of the Professional Skills Tests in both Literacy and Numeracy.

You will need these qualifications by the time you start the course rather than when you apply. 

There is an opportunity to take your equivalency tests through the  SCITT as we are a test centre for English and Maths equivalency testing. Contact us for detials.

What previous experience do I need?

For the school funded route we are looking for around 3 years work experience primarily with children but not necessarily in a school setting.

Who finds my school placement?

We will find your on-course school placement and is very likely to be in one of the great Bradford Schools that we work with. If you currently have links with a specific school or have a specific reason for wanting a placement at a particular school we can discuss that with you.

What funding is available to support me?

On a fee funded route you can apply for student loans to cover both the course fees and to your living costs from School Finance England (SFE).

There are also bursaries available but the financial amount depends upon the classification of your degree and the course you applied for. Please see our separate leaflet on Bursaries for more details.

How do I apply?

Applications for the Secondary Course is through the UCAS website, (https://www.ucas.com/). The best way to search for us is by our postcode BD8 9QW or search for us as a provider; St Edmunds NSCC. See our separate information sheet outlining our course codes & postcodes of partners. Or go to our Apply Now page