A small introduction and some key information about our teacher training course
"The teaching of reading is complex. There is an inevitability to that, because the act of reading is a brilliantly complex process"
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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.
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.
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.