A small introduction and some key information about our teacher training course 

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Anybody teaching evolution in Year 6...these are all insects. https://t.co/kjMK0kHDeE dpscitt photo
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Application update : Applications are now open for entry to our course in Sept. 2021. For details on how to apply, visit https://t.co/670CykrQYV
3 days ago
"The teaching of reading is complex. There is an inevitability to that, because the act of reading is a brilliantly complex process"

NEW BLOG from EEF literacy specialist, @bilton_caroline, on the importance of teaching specific comprehension skills

>> https://t.co/r5BKmGhziZ https://t.co/ybBaRQbgSq
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1 month ago
Considering ways to improve your school’s provision for children with special educational needs?

The @EducEndowFoundn guidance report – Special Educational Needs in Mainstream Schools– is available now: https://t.co/NHuPL48gCP https://t.co/fgHG2Pge5o
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If you're starting your journey to become a teacher, join the Chartered College of Teaching as a Student Member for FREE!

You'll have all the resources on our Early Career Hub at your finger tips!

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2 months ago
A very warm welcome to our 2020/21 trainee teachers. https://t.co/9w8SF8JRno dpscitt photo

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Congratulations to Paul, one of our School-based Tutors, who has gained recognition for his high quality mentoring skills.

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Here is a video of my class performing sign language to a song because covid restrictions aren’t allowing singing

I really enjoyed doing it so much and the children were incredible. Also sparked some interesting conversations.

All goes...

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Charlotte T’s Year 2 class are on an adventure to the Arctic this week and are sharing what they would like to take with them. They completed a Jamboard on their Chromebooks, used a word bank & phonics to spell words and Google Images to...

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To support his children settle back into school, Chris has been exploring what Courage means to the children in his class.

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An introduction to teaching and learning - teaching each other some new skills...

From our Former Trainees

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2019

The willingness of all DPSCITT staff to go above and beyond in their support of their trainees is amazing. They were always there for you. This support was also very visible in the way the subject tutors supported us as a cohort. I exchanged numerous emails with diverse tutors and all of them went out of their way to help however they could.

Alannah

2019

This has been such a phenomenal journey. There is a considered and tried-and-tested thread throughout the whole year. I felt prepared, forewarned and reassured throughout the entire journey.

When I started my first day as a ‘real’ teacher, I had so much to draw on and felt really prepared for that moment when the children walked through the door.

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2020

Trust the SCITT process: it works! I have felt supported by SCITT every step of the way. It’s like being part of a SCITT family – Kate, Sam, Helen and trainee teachers have all played their part in making me become the teacher I want to be.

I am excited about the journey ahead and also pleased to know that I will also have SCITT with me on my journey as an Early Career Teacher.