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Train to Teach: Getting into teaching

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Tuesday 15th November 2016

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Book nowWhen: 15th November 2016, 5-8pm Location: St Mary's University, Twickenham St Mary’s has a 165-year tradition in teacher education and exemplifies the collaborative partnership we share with schools, which seeks to recruit, educate and train the very best teachers for the pupils in schools. Building upon our shared vision for excellence in education, our School Direct partners and courses provide opportunities which inspire all aspects of our work together with respect to initial and ongoing teacher formation, as well as support with recruitment to and development of school- led routes. In this, as in all aspects of our work together, it is the unceasing generosity of school partners which allows teachers to be nurtured and flourish within our shared environments. We look forward to continuing this foundational mission of St Mary’s University, in partnership with Schools, for the next 165 years and beyond. Meet St Mary’s Partners – our primary and secondary School Direct providers.
  • Advice on places on offer for 2017
  • Meet the schools and their staff
  • Entry requirements – are you ready to apply?
  • Do you meet entry requirements?
  • Information on routes into teaching – how courses are structured, your qualification upon completion, and employment prospects
This event is free to attend, but we ask that you book online. St Mary's University - London's number one university for student experience - offers:
  • PGCE with QTS - Primary (full-time or part-time)
  • PGCE with QTS - Primary PE specialist
  • PGCE with QTS - Secondary (Maths, Science, Geography, Modern Foreign Language, Physical Education, Religious Education)
  • School Direct - QTS only or PGCE with QTS - Primary, Primary PE specialist
  • School Direct - QTS only or PGCE with QTS - English, History, Maths, Science, Geography, MFL, PE, RE
For further information please contact elizabeth.jackson@stmarys.ac.uk.
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Date:
Tuesday 15th November 2016

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For more information about this event please email conferences@stmarys.ac.uk or call 020 8240 8219.

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