``Most striking is trainees' focus on the impact they are having on pupils' progress, rather than their own performance as a teacher.`` (Ofsted, 2017)
``Training is highly personalised and rooted in exactly what trainees need to know.`` (Ofsted, 2017)
``Mentors are highly trained, coached by lead mentors and their work quality-assured by course tutors.`` (Ofsted, 2017)
Come and chat to the South Coast SCITT team and find out more about our course in both General Primary (ages 5 to 11) and Early Years Primary (ages 3 to 7).
At South Coast SCITT, the latest educational theory and practice are integrated providing trainees with an exciting and inspiring learning experience. Trainees are encouraged to take a practical, hands – on approach by first observing and then supporting outstanding teachers in the classroom and working with children in all primary school year groups.
South Coast SCITT seeks candidates who are resourceful, reflective and resilient people. We look for candidates who are well organised and who can relate well to others.
We value applications from all candidates irrespective of race, colour, nationality or ethnic origins, gender, marital status, sexual orientation, disability or religious beliefs.
If you wish to apply to South Coast SCITT you will need to apply through UCAS Teacher Training.