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High Capacity ITT A Whole School Approach
Partnerships With 4 HEIs The University of Leeds Sheffield Hallam University Bradford College Leeds Metropolitan University
The University of Leeds English- 2 Languages- 2 History- 1 Geography - 1 R E- 1 Drama - 1 Music- 1 D&T- 1 Art- 1 Science- 2 Maths - 1
Sheffield Hallam University Business Studies2 D & T2 (1) PE2 (0)
Bradford College Science2 Languages2 Maths1
ICT School-Based Course Built up gradually Delivered almost entirely in school 11 trainees this year 17 trainees next year Placements arranged in other schools
Other Sources of Trainees GTP recruited via Bradford College and CiLT7 Trinity and All Saints verification placements2 The Open University1
Extras! Teacher Associate Scheme Undergraduate Credit Scheme Open Schools programme
Total Numbers for Current Year Total number over the year = 60+ Highest number at any one time = 33
How is this managed? Training School Manager School Co-coordinator ICT Course Co-ordinator (AST) Mentors Host teachers
Mentor Role Honorarium Time Training programme within the department Individual support Working with Host teachers in the departments
Mentor Training Individual HEIs Termly (5) mentor meetings Mentor handbook Skills intrinsic to College culture: – Pupil interviews – Performance management
Whole College Programme CPD opportunities for staff in preparing and delivering sessions Links to general staff induction Links to NQT induction
Advantages Adult/pupil ratio vastly increased – Within the classroom – Outside the classroom Ever increasing pool of skills, knowledge and experience Recruitment and retention
Further Details Effective Practices in ITT Partnership booklet: High capacity initial teacher training A whole school approach Available on TTA website: www.tta.gov.uk/partnership
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