School Direct Teacher Training

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Are you interested in training to become a Primary or Secondary teacher?

Education Central Multi Academy Trust, its family of schools and The University of Wolverhampton have joined together to lead the training of our next generation of teachers.

Our involvement in teacher training is really important to us. It means we can choose the very best talent and develop them into Quality First Teachers by allowing them to train alongside some of the most effective practitioners in the Midlands, ensuring that students in our family of schools have the best possible education.

We have vacancies to start training in September 2017 for both primary and secondary phases and we would love to hear from you if you are considering a career in teaching. We are looking for people who have a good honours degree, some experience of schools and are passionate about inspiring young people to fulfil their potential.

 

Links to other websites and key documents for reference:

University of Wolverhampton School Direct
DfE Get Into Teaching 
UCAS Applications
Smestow School Ofsted report 2013
School Direct Entry Criteria
Teachers’ Standards document
DfE Professional Skills Tests
Education Central Multi Academy Trust

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bgoode@smestow.org

 

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RAF 100 Years

RAF 100 Years

On Thursday 14th June, Mr Webb and 15 very excited Year 7s headed over to RAF Cosford to celebrate 100 years of the RAF with their very own sports day. This was designed to give students a chance to try a number of sports that they haven’t tried before and in some...

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Training the future of the NHS

Ten Smestow students from years 10 and 12 attended a Delivering Midwifery training day at the University of Wolverhampton. The day consisted of student Midwives talking to the students about their training and what to expect from being a Midwife in the real world,...

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Warburton’s Surprise

Warburton’s Surprise

Louis Johnson in year 7 requested a grant from Warburtons to enable him to pay for a stall at the Tettenhall Round Table Summer Fete. In his spare time Louis raises a lot of money for charity and this was another way he could raise money for his chosen charity. On...

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Chromatography at University of Wolverhampton

Chromatography at University of Wolverhampton

On the 6th of June, seven of our Year 12 BTEC Applied science students went to the University of Wolverhampton to carry out Chromatography Practicals. These practicals were  part of their written assessment units. Students worked in the labs in the Rosalind Franklin...

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