WOODLOES TEACHING PARTNERSHIP
Applications for September 2021 are now closed but will re-open in October for September 2022
Have you every thought about becoming a teacher?
Would you like to train in school alongside inspiring teachers and pupils?
Would you like to learn with other trainees in partnership with one of the top universities in the country?
If the answer is a resounding 'yes!' to any of these questions then our School Direct route into training is a great way into the most noble and rewarding profession.
The Woodloes Teaching Partnership is led by Woodloes Primary School and our members are Heathcote Primary School, Stratford Primary School, Budbrooke Primary School, Evergreen Special School and Newburgh Primary School. All our schools are based in the central area around Warwick and Stratford with very easy access to Warwick University, our training partner.
We are a relatively new ITT Partnership but all of our schools have a proven track record of excellence, with great experience in training, coaching and mentoring. Additionally, our schools have a strong reputation for building leadership capacity and school to school improvement. We have recruited our cohort 3 trainees who will start in September and we are very pleased to say that all our trainees from cohort 1 and 2 are now in their first teaching post.
Woodloes is also a member of the Community Academies Trust along with several of our other partner schools. We collaborate closely and enjoy great support from the CAT Teaching School and Warwick University to train teachers of the future. So if you are interested to know more about this exciting opportunity then please make contact with us to discuss this further.
Andy Mitchell 01926 497491
Michelle Borders 01827 702205
Applications should be made through UCAS at:
Our Initial Teacher Training (ITT) offer will enable graduates who wish to train to become qualified teachers to join our partnership of schools who will be working in conjunction with Warwick University.
Trainees who join our school-based programme will work with an assigned mentor and also attend lectures and additional training every week with other trainees at Warwick University.