31st March 2015 – Teaching Career Information Evening – 5pm – 8pm (presentation at 6.15pm)

Interesting in a career in teaching?

The West Berkshire Training Partnership provides school centred teacher training programmes for both Secondary and Primary trainees based at The Willows School near Newbury but in collaboration with schools across West Berkshire.

Not sure what’s involved…?

A school-led training course gives you the chance to learn ‘on the job’ in a school.

You work as part of the teaching team from day one – similar to student medics in hospitals – learning from experienced, practising colleagues and immediately putting your new skills into practice.

Want to find out more…?

The best way to start preparing for your future career is to find out what to expect.

Come along to our information event.

You’ll have the opportunity to talk to professionals and trainees about what’s involved.

Tuesday 31st March 2015

5pm – 8pm

(with a presentation at 6.15pm)

The Downs School, Compton, Newbury, Berkshire, RG20 6AD

You can expect

A high percentage of time spent in schools with staff experienced in training teachers

Personal tutor support and a bespoke training plan

A gradual increase in the number of lessons taught

Excellent employment rates in Berkshire schools

We are looking for…

High quality graduates with a passion for learning who are committed to transforming the lives of young people through education.

“Gaining practical, hands-on experience from the outset was for me the best way to learn. I also benefited enormously from being taught by experienced teachers, rather than academics”.

Sarah, SCITT trainee

Teaching has totally exceeded my expectations. When you become an adult you can forget what it’s like to be curious, but the kids remind you. Teaching children is the best thing, and that I was something I somehow hadn’t anticipated. I thought it was all about the subject but the children are the thing. They keep you on your toes…..

“Why I became a teacher” John Rutter, The Guardian newspaper

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