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Why teaching?. Pros and Cons Working with young people Different every day Working as part of a team Building relationships Being part of a community.

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1 Why teaching?

2 Pros and Cons Working with young people Different every day Working as part of a team Building relationships Being part of a community Making a difference Long hours at times High expectations New challenges daily Public role Constant demands

3 Coventry West School Direct Alliance Finham Park School Cardinal Newman Catholic School Tile Hill Wood School

4 School Direct Training Supported in-school training from the start of the academic year A day a week at the University Masters level assignments including action research In-school and university mentors to support your training needs Complementary placement

5 Subjects on offer Biology Business Studies Chemistry Computer Science Design and Technology English History Mathematics Modern Languages Physical Education Physics Religious Studies

6 HEI partner Ofsted Outstanding ITT provider DfE Bursaries available for many subjects PGCE with QTS 90 MA credits (MA Educational Innovation)

7 To have the time of their lives… Help young people in Coventry…

8 Why join us? A wide range of training locations across the west of Coventry. A large proportion of your training year will be spent in classrooms developing your teaching skills. Experienced and trained mentors to guide and support you. Access to schools that participate in research and engage in national and international educational projects. No two days will ever be the same!

9 Entry requirements Degree with honours from a British University or College of HE (or equivalent if from overseas)2:2 or above, containing a significant proportion of the subject you wish to teach. GCSE (or equivalent) Grade C or above in at least Mathematics and English. Skills tests in numeracy and literacy successfully completed prior to starting the course. Experience of mainstream UK schools and working/volunteering with young people.

10 Teaching qualities Patience Imagination Sense of humour Good communicationSubject knowledge Creativity Personal organisation Love of learning Enthusiasm

11 Contact us… Applications are to be made through Information about the Alliance can be found on: To enquire about school visits/experience please contact Denise Reader

12 Other Lead Schools in Coventry area Coundon Court Caludon Castle Blue Coat CofE School Sidney Stringer Lawrence Sherriff (Rugby) Frederick Bird (Primary) These schools may have different routes and different subjects available.


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