Train To Teach with Ryders Hayes Teaching School - TV22319
Train to Teach with Ryders Hayes Teaching School: Full Time Route
Ryders Hayes Teaching School offers Teacher Training, where you train to become a teacher whilst working in a school. You complete a year's teacher training and are recommended for Qualified Teacher Status (QTS) at the end of it. Working with Birmingham City University, our programmes provide a Postgraduate Certificate in Education, which carries 60 Master's credits. We have worked with BCU for 7 years and have had tremendous success rate in qualifying as a teacher’.
The benefit of School Direct Teacher Training is that you are inducted into school life from day one, gaining valuable classroom experience, working alongside excellent, successful practitioners, enabling you to master your subject knowledge, the theory of teaching, pedagogy and your classroom management skills. It is an effective, challenging and rewarding route into teaching, and we treat every trainee as an individual, identifying their needs in order to ensure that they achieve an excellent outcome.
We offer the opportunity to train in Primary Schools and are now recruiting for September 2020 entry.
Subject UCAS Code
Primary General (BCU)-Full time 22TS
- GCSE Grade A* - C in Maths, English and Science
- Already have at least a 2:2 degree or in final year of gaining a degree
- Have the ability to pass the Skills Tests
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Come and see us at one of our ‘drop in’ sessions. All sessions are at Ryders Hayes School, Gilpin Crescent, Pelsall Walsall WS3 4HX. Arrive at any point within the time slots – no need to book.
Thursday 26th September 2019 1pm - 3pm
Thursday 10th October 1pm - 3pm
Thursday 24th October 1pm - 3pm
Wed 6th November 1pm - 3pm
Wed 20th November 1pm - 3pm
Wed 11th December 1pm - 3pm If you are unable to attend at any of these times please contact us as below:
Julie Tolley on 01922 683008 or firstname.lastname@example.org