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  1. Teach First

    Teach First Teach First Teach First is a charity working to end educational inequality. They are building a movement of leaders who inspire young people from low-income communities to achieve their full potential. They do this by supporting applicants to ...

  2. SCITT

    School-centred initial teacher training (SCITT) School-centred initial teacher training (SCITT) Networks of schools that have been approved to run school-centred courses are known as SCITTs. They provide practical, hands-on teacher training, delivered by ...

  3. Dispelling myths about school-led teacher training

    Dispelling myths about school-led teacher training School-led training myths There are lots of misconceptions about school-led training that arise frequently. Below we answer some of the most common questions. We are often asked questions about school-led ...

  4. School Direct

    School Direct School Direct School Direct courses are based on the skills providers are looking for in a newly qualified teacher (NQT). Designed by groups of schools in partnership with a university or a school-centred initial teacher training (SCITT) pro ...

  5. Funding for undergraduate teacher training

    Funding for undergraduate teacher training Funding for undergraduate teacher training As with any undergraduate degree, you’ll need to pay tuition fees when you study for a degree with qualified teacher status (QTS). However, there’s a range of financial ...

  6. How you will be paid

    How you will be paid How you will be paid You don’t need to apply for a bursary. If you’re enrolled on a non-salaried postgraduate course and meet the eligibility criteria, you will begin receiving payments automatically from your chosen teacher training ...

  7. Personal statement

    Preparing your personal statement Preparing your personal statement When you submit your application via the UCAS Teacher Training portal, you’ll need to write a personal statement. This is the time to make sure your application stands out. It’s crucial f ...

  8. Arranging your references

    Arranging your references Arranging your references Once you’ve filled in the main sections of the UCAS Teacher Training form and prepared your personal statement, you’ll need to provide two references. This is a compulsory part of the application process ...

  9. Preparing for your interview

    Preparing for your interview Prepare for your interview The key to any successful interview is proper preparation – and your application for teacher training is no exception. The way different schools and universities structure their interviews will vary, ...

  10. SKE stories

    SKE stories SKE stories Subject knowledge enhancement (SKE) courses offer the chance brush up on the subject you want to teach before you start training. You may have studied the subject at A level but not university, for example. These teachers all took ...

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