The SCITT has recruited many great candidates but has plenty of places for high quality applicants left. The SCITT expects to look at new applications and continue interviewing, for both the SCITT and SD routes, well into May 2015.
If you are interested in starting on an `outstanding’ Early Primary or Primary teacher training programme in September, supported by one of the very best ITT providers in the country, contact the SCITT NOW.
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Potential applicant information
The SCITT are keen for all applicants to show their full potential. As such the SCITT Management would welcome the opportunity to give personalised advice to individuals interested in applying to the SCITT or any of the School Direct routes accredited by the SCITT. The SCITT may also be able to offer suitable candidates opportunities to gain experience in a SCITT school or provide opportunities for individuals to meet or contact current SCITT trainees.
If you would like to ask any questions, find out more about the SCITT and the training it offers or ask for any support please complete the form below and email it to email@example.com . The SCITT will then contact you by email or phone to help you make the best possible start on your journey to becoming a teacher.
Potential applicant information
All NQTs are sent a survey by the National College for Teaching and LearningL 6 months after leaving training to find out their views on how effectively the training prepared them for their responsibilities as Newly Qualified Teachers. The Leicester and Leicestershire SCITT NQT survey results have been consistently in the very top ITT providers nationally. The latest 2014 survey results, which rate the SCITT as the best provider NATIONALLY for the overall quality of training are available on the link below:
L&L SCITT NQT survey results 2014
All published ITT provider NQT survey results 2014 are available here. This includes comparable information from NQTs on the quality of training provided by local Universities, including the Universities of Derby, Leicester, Northmpton, Nottingham and Nottingham Trent. These give a useful indication of how teachers trained by these providers rated the effectiveness of all aspects of their ITT training.
When our latest cohort of trainees left training in July 2014 they were asked if they had any comments to pass on to potential future applicants to the SCITT about their year in training. . See what they wrote here: SCITT Trainee Exit Evaluation Comments Summer 2014
In 2015/16 the SCITT will be offering offer both Early Primary (3-7yrs) and Primary ( 5-11yrs) courses. The SCITT will also work closely with School Direct alliances to accredit unsalaried School Direct courses.
Did you know that `The Good Teacher Training Guide’, published annually by the Centre for Education and Employment Research at the University of Buckingham, provides comprehensive information about course quality for all Initial Teacher Training courses in England.
The Leicester and Leicestershire SCITT was found to be the top primary training provider for quality in 2012 and second, nationally, in the most recent 2013 report. Download your copy here to compare providers (pdf – opens in a new window) The exceptionally high levels of satisfaction from newly qualified teachers with the Leicester & Leicestershire SCITT training, together with our `outstanding’ OFSTED report, lead to this top`quality’ grade.
“When we calculate a quality score from the inspectors’ and newly qualified teachers’ ratings, the top primary provider for quality is the Leicester and Leicestershire SCITT, followed by Cambridge University and the Devon Primary SCITT Group.” THE GOOD TEACHER TRAINING GUIDE 2012
Great news! 100% employment record in 2014.
All 30 trainees who gained QTS in July 2014 with the Leicester & Leicestershire SCITT gained employment contracts as Newly Qualified Teachers before the end of the summer term!