Welcome to a career in teaching...
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 with established Hubs in Wigan, Wirral, Skelmersdale and Lancashire and their neighboring local authority areas.
insgbridge 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
We are proud to offer the following services through
|Initial Teacher Education||L6 Teacher Apprenticeship||Professional Development for Teachers at all levels||End Point Assessment Services|
Looking to establish your own Schools-Direct Partnership?
Kingsbridge EIP SCITT offers Multi Academy Trusts and Groups of Schools partnership opportunities acting as the accrediting provider for your own 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.
Kingsbridge EIP SCITT and its Hubs 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.
What is it like to be a trainee at this ITE partnership? (Ofsted, March 2022)
The quality of centre- and school-based training successfully prepares primary and secondary trainees, including apprentices, to become early career teachers. Trainees benefit from high-quality and consistent mentoring.
All trainees who spoke with inspectors said that the partnership provides them with effective wraparound care, guidance and support. Trainees told inspectors that leaders of the SCITT are professional and consistent in how they lead, manage and deliver training.
Trainees commented that leaders think carefully and deeply about the training that they provide. They said that trainers and mentors stay up to date with educational thinking. Communication between all partners, including trainees and mentors, is a strength. Trainees are successfully prepared to manage pupils’ behaviour. Equally, trainees fully understand their important role in safeguarding pupils. All trainees appreciate how to
manage their workload and the wider demands of teaching.
Trainees have a secure understanding of how to adapt the delivery of their subject curriculums for pupils with special educational needs and/or disabilities (SEND). Similarly, they receive appropriate training to enable them to teach pupils who speak English as an additional language.
Trainees, including apprentices on primary programmes, gain an insightful understanding of how to teach early reading and phonics. They also learn in depth about the early years and about the foundation subjects of the primary national curriculum. Secondary trainees flourish because they learn about the uniqueness of their chosen subject specialism.
Latest School-centred initial teacher training (SCITT) Events
- Get into Teaching - Open Evening25Jan2024
4:00 pm - 6:00 pm @ Kingsbridge Teacher Training - Rivington Ave, Platt Bridge, Wigan, WN2 5NG
Our events offer a brilliant opportunity to find out more about teacher training and what a career in teaching has to offer. Drop in between 4pm - 6pm. Register your interest here: https://www.kingsbridgeteachertraining.co.uk/
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