Kingsbridge School Centred Initial Teacher Training (SCITT) is a dynamic, high-quality teacher training provider which offers a range of school-based routes into teaching within Wigan and neighboring local authority areas.
We are proud to be Wigan's largest SCITT offering the following services
Kingsbridge can also provide partnership opportunities acting as accrediting provider for your School Direct Partnership - as a Lead School you will be able to build your own network of local schools to fulfil the recruitment needs within your area. For information on forming your own school-led partnership click here.
We believe that every success story starts with a great teacher and great teachers start at Kingsbridge. We are a dynamic teacher training provider with a proven track record of excellence.
Kinsgbridge EIP SCITT currently offers the following routes into primary and secondary teaching through the following phases:
- Primary Programme (3-7 phase)
- Primary Programme (5-11 phase)
- Secondary Programme (11-16 phase) with optional post 16 enhancement
Kingsbridge EIP SCITT
Kingsbridge prepares Associate Teachers (including Apprentice Teachers) to become outstanding teachers through inspirational and high-quality teacher training. We focus on understanding and promoting effective learning and pupil progress through a creative school partnership which develops professional expertise.
Latest School-centred initial teacher training (SCITT) Events
- New Partnership School on-boarding / induction10Jun2022
@ Kingsbridge Institute of Learning
Annual on-boarding event for any new partnership schools who will host/support trainees duirng the 2022-23 academic year
- Summer Conference & New Trainee Induction01Jul2022
@ The Edge, Wigan, WN3 5AB
Annual conference for all our partnership schools and professional and subject mentors. Annual induction for new trainees who will begin a programme of ITT training with us.
- Graduation and Celebration Evening Class of 202221Jul2022
4:00 pm - 7:30 pm @ Alberts of Standish
- As you are aware the partnership recently had a four-day inspection by Ofsted (7 to 10 March 2022). Our latest Ofsted report is now available for review
- The DfE has proposed increasing the minimum teachers’ pay rate by 16 percent over two years, raising the starting salary to £30,000 by 2023.
- Schools are able to access ITT Salary Grant Funding to help pay for the salaries of the unqualified Teacher Apprentices and Schools Direct Trainees working and training in their school via our ITT programme.
- Jen Machaj Director of SCITT share her top ten tips for getting the most out of your second teaching placement