Recruitment Events

Open Evenings – Autumn 2020

Please come along to our open evenings to find out more about a career as a primary school teacher and why Devon Primary SCITT is a great place to train. These evenings provide opportunities to meet and engage with our Director/Deputy Director and ask any questions you have.

All events have appropriate ‘covid-safe’ arrangements in place, but we would ask that you bring a mask unless exempt on medical grounds.

To book a place at any of our open evenings,  please use the form below,  call us on 01392 790 164 or email admin@dpscitt.ac.uk.

Thursday 5th November

Train to Teach Evening

This is a virtual event, sponsored by the Department for Education, where you can find out more about all the providers of teacher training in Devon, including Devon Primary SCITT. Please register for this event at  https://getintoteaching.education.gov.uk/teaching-events/train-to-teach-events/

Wednesday 9th December

Open Evening – North Devon   

Come and join us from 17.00 to 18.30 at Roundswell Primary Academy, Barnstaple (EX31 3WP) to find out more about how to train to teach with Devon Primary SCITT.

Friday 27th November

Open Evening – Exeter 

Come and join us from 17.00 to 18.30 at Trinity Primary School in Exeter  (EX2 7GB) to find out more about how to train to teach with Devon Primary SCITT.

Monday 30th November

Open Evening – South Devon   

Come and join us from 17.00 to 18.30 at Woodlands Park Primary School in Ivybridge (PL21 9TF) to find out more about how to train to teach with Devon Primary SCITT.

Open Evening Booking Form 

If you are unable to make your preferred open evening, we'd love to talk to you about our course. Please email us at admin@dpscitt.ac.uk or call 01392 790 164 and we will arrange a convenient time to speak.

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