Find out everything you need to know about training to be a teacher in the diverse city of Bradford, from the head of ITT, Ben McGregor.
Are you considering a career in teaching, but aren't sure whether it's for you? Do you need insight into the application process, or clarification about your eligibility? Want to know whether you could get a grant or bursary? Deciding between training at a university, a SCITT or Schools Direct route?
Come to this free event, led by the Head for Initial Teacher Training at Bradford Birth to 19 SCITT, giving you all the inside knowledge from your application all the way to your qualification.
You'll also have the chance to ask any questions you may have about the process.
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"I would recommend [Bradford Birth to 19 SCITT] as a pathway to anyone considering teaching, especially if you are coming from a different industry or profession."
- Jonathan Woolley
2019 Cohort, now at Bingley Grammar School
"My teacher training at Bradford Birth to 19 was nothing short of outstanding."
- Stephanie Teale
2019 Cohort, now at Beckfoot Upper Heaton
Bradford Birth to 19 is based at the outstanding St Edmunds Nursery School and Children’s Centre. We work in partnership with Bradford’s best schools and most inspirational teachers to provide a truly school lead, practically based and research-informed training experience.
Trainees learn at their own and pace and are supported by an expert tutor team.
Working in partnership to develop highly employable, research-informed, early career-ready teachers who will transform the life chances of young people in their local area.
To develop our trainee teachers through high-quality initial teacher training aiming to equip each trainee with the skills to:
- Become a positive role model, who builds positive working relationships within their school and local community.
- Become an inspirational teacher, inspiring every child to be the best that they can be.
- Become an inquisitive, research informed and dedicated practitioner, committed to continual professional development.