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Teacher Training

Teacher training can be achieved via a number of different pathways, at St George's Academy Partnership we offer a School Centred Initial Teacher Training programme within the Lincolnshire area.

Successful applicants will join us on campus at St George’s Academy, attend the University of Lincoln and gain real life classroom experience in one our partnership schools. Successful trainees will achieve both QTS and a PGCE whilst also benefitting from the unrivalled support of our experienced subject teachers, programme leaders and experienced mentors. We are 11-16 accredited provider (KS3 and KS4).  All of our trainees gain experience in teaching KS5.

The Course

Our school led approach is rooted in real life experience underpinned by research and theory. The programme is designed to be flexible and adapt to your requirements and needs. We are acutely aware that each trainee will have their own personal journey that brought them to this course and we want to work with you.

About You

Many of our trainees are seeking a career change and after work experience have found that teaching provides a challenging and rewarding working environment in which they can thrive.

Teaching is one of the most rewarding professions giving you the opportunity to inspire young people every day. Your role in the lives of your students can be pivotal in seeing them reach their potential in life.

Whilst many of our successful applicants are mature students looking to re-enter the workforce, we also welcome applications from graduates.

Entry Requirements

We welcome applications from mature students and graduates. You will need a degree related to your chosen subject. Find out more here:

Success Stories

Not quite sure if teaching is for you? Hear what others say about their experience of the course and profession.

Inspire, Motivate, Challenge and Succeed

Are you ready to help shape the lives of future generations? Applications for 2023 are now open. You can apply directly through DfE Apply.
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