Mid Somerset Consortium teacher training taster day

8 December 2015 at 08:30 to 8 December 2015 at 16:30 in Street at the Crispin School

Event info:

Subjects offered are art and design, biology, chemistry, computer science, drama, D&T, English, geography, history, maths, MFL, music, PE and physics.

Please note we only have limited places.

The MSC has organised these days to provide school experience for candidates who are applying to the MSC as well as a glimpse into the MSC’s oustanding quality training and provision.

Candidates are placed in a partner school for the morning with a current trainee. There will be an opportunity to observe qualified teachers and discuss the training with the trainee.

In the afternoon you will travel to our training centre (Crispin School) and attend our professional training session led by a current practitioner who is an expert in their field.

After the training session you will have the opportunity to talk to other trainees on the programme and meet with the partnership manager, Sarah Lewis, and ask any questions about our programmes and teacher training.

To register please go to our website and go to the news section on the front page.

Venue information:

Crispin School, Church Road, Street, BA16 0AD

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Mid Somerset Consortium

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