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Mid Somerset Consortium secondary SCITT & School Direct information evening

1 December 2015 at 18:00 to 1 December 2015 at 19:30 in Street at the Crispin School

Event info:

We welcome enquiries from prospective secondary school teaching candidates (11-18 years). Subjects offered are art and design, biology, chemistry, computer science, drama, D&T, English, geography, maths, modern foreign languages, music, PE and physics.

The evening will begin with a talk from the partnership manager detailing the range of courses the MSC delivers: School Direct (fee-paying and salaried) and SCITT PGCE. You will have the opportunity to meet with current trainees and newly qualified teachers at the end of the talk. 

The MSC team will be present to take individual questions concerning other aspects of the course such as teacher training, bursaries and funding, student loans, skills tests and entry qualifications.

To reserve your place, please register on our website.

Venue information:

Crispin School, MSC Training Room, Church Road, Street, BA16 0AD

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Additional information:

Target audience:

Graduates with a 2:2 or above and those graduating summer 2016.

Organiser:

Mid Somerset Consortium for Teacher Training (SCITT)

Contact email:

office@mscitt.org.uk

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