Presentation on theme: "Wildern School GTP Recruitment Evening Tuesday 4 th October 2011."— Presentation transcript:
Wildern School GTP Recruitment Evening Tuesday 4 th October 2011
COME AND SEE PUPILS AND STAFF AT WORK A further year of exceptional GCSE results For further information contact: Miss M L Litton, Headteacher Tel: , Fax: , WILDERN SCHOOL OPEN DAY You are invited to the ”An Outstanding School” Ofsted (2008) WEDNESDAY 28th September 2011 between 6.00 pm and 8.00 pm Presentation by the Headteacher at 6.15pm and 7.00pm OPEN MORNING FOR PARENTS WEDNESDAY 28th September 2011 Tours of the school will run from 9.05 to 9.50 and to Please ensure you are on time for your talk. COME AND SEE PUPILS AND STAFF AT WORK A further year of exceptional GCSE results For further information contact: Miss M L Litton, Headteacher Tel: , Fax: ,
The School 1858 mixed comprehensive Academy status 88% A*-C at GCSE this year. 75% A*-C inc English and Maths. Judged as “Outstanding” by OFSTED in 2006 and 2008 Newly designated ‘Teaching School’ - one of the first in the country
The Curriculum. KS3 - 2 year KS3 / Integrated studies Yr 7 group KS4 - 3 year GCSE courses/ foundation courses / diplomas / vocational courses / AS courses / intervention groups / consolidated group
Innovation and technology at the heart of the school 11 dedicated IT suites – both Mac and PC WAVE / DART facilities Wildern TV / Wildern Radio Virtual Learning Environment – to personalise learning and facilitate out of hours learning Interactive whiteboards in most classrooms All teachers have own laptop.
Graduate Teacher Programme Wildern School in partnership with: - University of Chichester - University of Southampton
Formal Qualifications UK Honours Degree 2:2 or above. At least 50% in the relevant subject (flexible in some circumstances) GCSE grade C or above in Maths and English No history of failure or withdrawal from QTS course in the past.
Special consideration will be given to priority subjects…. Maths Physics Chemistry and then: ICT Design and Technology Modern Foreign Languages Those who have LSA / cover supervisor experience or experience of whole school issues.
Courses offered by the University of Chichester as well as the priority subjects: Science (Biology), Business Studies, English, PE, Dance, Music, Drama, History, RE and Art
At this stage: Chemistry, Physics, Maths, ICT, English and PE. Courses offered the University of Southampton
The Application Process The application process has recently changed Applicant completes school application form to be received by Wednesday 12 th October 2011 – 3pm. Applicants will be notified in writing by 26th October School invites successful applicants into school for a day, which will include a formal interview, Friday 4 th November University interviews follow, January – March Successful applicants arrange work experience within Wildern – 15 days
The Application Process Successful applicants attend an interview at University of Chichester or University of Southampton, which includes a subject audit University Tutor visits school to conduct a School Assessment, where appropriate School / applicant complete application online – new directive from the TDA School / applicant informed of start date and Induction date.
University of Southampton GTP Open Evenings 6pm - 7pm Friday 11 th November 6pm - 7pm Monday 12 th December (please check on University website)
To support your application Personal Statement – there will be an exemplar statement on the GTP page of Wildern website this week References will be asked for Applicants should: emphasise experience in schools and what has been gained from this in relation to teaching refer to the QTS standards, which can be found on the TDA website demonstrate an awareness of whole school issues keep up to date with issues in Education – Times Education Supplement be aware of differences between GTP / PGCE programme
To download the application form : It will be downloadable from the GTP page
Funding Wildern School only applies for supernumerary places, with full Salary and Training grant. The TDA pays the school through the salary grant, and a training grant.