Early Career Teacher Full Induction Programme:
Ambition Institute has one purpose: to help educators serving children from disadvantaged backgrounds to keep getting better, using the best and latest evidence of what works. Their Early Career Teacher programme is designed to bring lasting change in teacher’s understanding and practice.
Apply for the Early Career Teacher programme here.
National Professional Qualifications:
Founded by teachers in 2012, the Teacher Development Trust (TDT) is the national charity for effective professional development in schools and colleges. Their work is underpinned by the key principles of effective teacher professional development and learning.
Click here to register interest in TDT NPQs.
The Church of England Foundation for Educational Leadership brings together a wide range of educational partners, dedicated to supporting the development of leaders in education working towards a vision for education based on a Christian view of ‘life in all its fullness’ (John 10:10).
Click here to register interest in the Church of England NPQs.
School Centred Initial Teacher Training:
Suffolk and Norfolk SCITT, established over 20 years ago, is one of the largest SCITTs in the country, training well over 200 trainees each year across the primary and secondary age phases.
Colchester Teacher Training Consortium (CTTC) was established 16 years ago and includes over 60 schools and colleges, training around 100 primary and secondary teachers every year.
The Cambridge Training Schools Network (CTSN) is a collaborative network of Teaching School Alliances and Trusts.
EAST SCITT has been formed and is run by a partnership of 3 schools in Suffolk (Farlingaye High School, Kesgrave High School and Bungay High School) committed to excellence in the classroom.
Inspiration Teacher Training is a provider in the heart of Norwich with placement schools across Norfolk dedicated to transforming schools and improving the lives of local children.
Wider Professional Learning:
The Chartered College of Teaching is the professional body for teachers, dedicated to bridging the gap between practice and research. Membership provides teachers with access to a wealth of research, resources and insight to enable excellent teaching. By bringing the profession together and giving teachers a platform for their voices to be heard and their expertise to be respected, we raise the status of teaching together.
The Whole School SEND Consortium, hosted by NASEN, is delivering the Department for Education SEND Schools’ Workforce Support Contract and a randomised control trial funded by the Education Endowment Fund. It brings together schools, organisations and individuals who are committed to ensuring that every child and young person with SEND can maximise their potential.
Within the designated area of the Teaching School Hub there are a range of Department for Education Curriculum Hubs, who provide high quality training, advice and consultancy to schools.
The Research Schools Network is a collaboration between the Education Endowment Foundation and Institute for Effective Education to create a network of schools that support the use of evidence to improve teaching practice.