The Downs School - Information Evening

25 November 2015 at 17:00 - 20:00 in Berkshire at the The Downs School

Event info:

Come and join us for an information event to discover more about the School Direct secondary initial teacher programmes we offer. You'll find out about the schools in our partnership, our programme structure, how you can train to become a great teacher and the role you’ll have in helping our students. Our training leads to a Post Graduate Certificate in Education and QTS and is accredited by Oxford Brookes University.

There'll be a chance to meet the team and get one to one advice on how to improve your application and ensure you meet the selection criteria.

There'll be presentations from our teaching school director and specialist input on what to expect from your training programme as well as the chance to chat with our NQTs.

Refreshments will be provided and you will have plenty of time to speak to our recruitment team and have your questions answered.

For more information please visit our website. Booking is not essential but is preferred and can be made by emailing us

Venue information:

The Downs School, Compton, Newbury, Berkshire, RG20 6AD

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Target audience:

Prospective secondary trainee teacher applicants.


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