Our vision - Why Kingsbridge?

 

Kingsbridge Education Improvement Partnership - Teaching Excellence

 

Becoming a teacher is one of the most exciting and rewarding things you will ever do…

 

 

 

Why Choose Kingsbridge?

 

“I’ve been really impressed by the quality

of the training at Kingsbridge.

Many of the people on my

course have already found jobs.”

Jack, Physical Education Trainee

 

 

 

Choosing a place to complete the next step of your learning journey can be tough.

At Kingsbridge we provide a fantastic package that offers excellent training, experience and results. We have a strong tradition of academic excellence. For more than 10 years we have been training graduates to become outstanding teachers. We are proud to say that we have a 100 per cent pass rate, with 85 per cent of trainees achieving the outstanding grade.

We offer a wide variety of opportunities to enrich your training. You will spend all your time with us based in one of our partner schools. You will also be able to experience life in a different teaching environment through a separate placement.

We will be with you every step of the way because all our placements offer a level of support to suit your needs. Every trainee has a school-based mentor who is on hand to offer daily advice and guidance. You will also get outstanding support from your subject coaches and Kingsbridge’s team of consultants.

At the end of your training you will achieve qualified teacher status and a PGCE (SCITT). This qualification will give you 60 masters credits which you can use if you choose to go on to complete your masters qualification.

 

“The quality of mentoring is of a high standard. School-based and subject

mentors work closely with trainees to develop their subject knowledge and

teaching skills. They skilfully coach and develop trainees’ skills in a

systematic way, through the setting of short-term targets. By the end of

their training, trainees are highly accomplished practitioners in all aspects of

the teachers’ standards.” Ofsted, November 2015