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School Centered Initial Teacher Training: Opportunities at CHS

CHS is a recognised centre of excellence for Maths and Modern Languages teaching

A School Centred Initial Teacher Training (SCITT) is more important than ever in supporting the training and recruitment of excellent teachers. 

SCITT programmes are aimed at both new graduates and career changers and enable a new generation of teachers to benefit from highly practical, school-based training. It is an employed route to Qualified Teacher Status (QTS) and runs in conjunction with state school partners; it is assessed and verified, as the awarding body, by a University. 

By joining the SCITT new NMAPS (National Mathematics and Physics SCITT) and Modern Languages SCITT, CHS can provide an excellent opportunity to create a new and exciting teacher training opportunities in Maths and Modern Languages and play an active role in the selection of trainees and their development through our extensive CPD programme for staff. We will be at the forefront of the most current ITT initiative and our focus will be to establish, along with Bolton School in the North West, the regional NMAPS hub. 

You can find out more about the SCITT at CHS by watching the films and clicking on the relevant boxes below about teacher training opportunities in Maths and Modern Languages. 

Register your interest

To register your interest in teacher training opportunities at CHS, please complete the form.

'Day in the life of a Maths Teacher': Tuesday 8th December 2020, 9.15am - 1pm. 

To find out more about a career as a Maths Teacher and teaching at CHS, register for our unique 'Day in the Life of a Maths Teacher'. Throughout the day you will have the opportunity to meet members of our maths department and hear from current trainees about their experience. Please complete this form to register for a place or for an informal discussion about the programme, please email Rachel Dalton-Woods