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.

Learning to teach at South Coast SCITT gives trainees the opportunity to:

Specialise in teaching children aged 3 – 7 (Lower Primary) or 5 – 11 (General Primary)

Gain a Postgraduate Certificate in Education (PGCE)

Gain Qualified Teacher Status (QTS)

Gain up to 60 credits towards a Master’s Qualification

Benefit from fantastic career prospects

*The title of this award is subject to change due to an ongoing government consultation (as at Dec 2017).

Why Choose Us?

The Course

Our fast-paced, hands-on course is designed to support trainees in making meaningful connections between theory and practice through the following strategies:

A unique seven-week SCITT/Training School Experience based in Bransgore Primary School.

Two nine-week school placements in contrasting key stages in partnership schools.

High quality centre-based seminars and workshops led by expert teacher trainers.

Independent academic study including a small-scale, school-based research project.

Support from course tutors and school-based mentors designed to personalise training opportunities in order to secure trainee progress and promote reflective practice.

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