Initial Teacher Training

Why train with us?

As a highly regarded accredited ITT Provider, with an excellent local reputation, the North Lincolnshire SCITT Partnership provides the following opportunities for successful applicants:

  • A high quality, one year full-time, school-centred initial teacher training programme delivered in partnership with academies, primary and secondary schools in the North Lincolnshire area
  • Training available in a choice of three age phases: Early Years (3 to 7), Primary (7 to 11), Secondary, (11 to 16) – subject specialisms determined on an annual basis
  • Applications via UCAS and offered as either School-Centred Teacher Training (SCITT) or Primary School Direct in association with Oasis Academy Henderson Avenue Lead School
  • Successful trainees awarded QTS with full PGCE in association with our HEi Partner, Bishop Grosseteste University, Lincoln
  • Excellent prospects in relation to securing a first teaching post – the Partnership has a proven track record of producing high-calibre teachers. They supply approximately 17 per cent of the current teacher workforce in North Lincolnshire, many of whom now occupy positions of senior leadership
  • A bespoke and personalised training programme to meet the needs of individual trainees so that they are able to achieve the highest possible outcomes
  • Consistently rate the quality of the training and pastoral care provided as outstanding and never less than good
  • 80 per cent of trainees have rated the overall effectiveness of their training as outstanding over the last five year period
  • Trainees are well-prepared for, and are confident in, meeting the rigours of their first teaching posts
  • Retention into the profession remains consistently high after five years – as recognised by Ofsted
  • Comprises a core team of highly skilled and expert trainers and mentors with many years’ experience of training and mentoring teachers and trainee teachers
  • Further supplemented and enhanced through the use of a wide range of school based leaders and practitioners and other external pedagogical experts
  • The leadership across the Partnership was graded as Outstanding by Ofsted (2016)