Train to teach with LEH

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Teaching is genuinely the best job in the world. 

Whether it’s time for a career change, you’ve recently graduated, or you want to try something different following a break from work, training to teach opens up a whole new world of rewarding opportunities. 

why train to teach?

Engaging and inspiring teachers help pupils discover their passions and talents. It's a profession that sparks curiosity and helps establish a lifelong love of learning. At LEH, we know the impact that brilliant teachers can have and see this in our classrooms every day.  

There are many different routes into teaching and bursaries and scholarships are available in certain subjects to provide financial support during training. 

No two days are ever the same and no class is ever the same. I can’t imagine ever being bored in this job. 

why train with LEH?

Training teachers and helping them develop the knowledge and skills to deliver an outstanding learning experience for pupils is something we’re passionate about at LEH.  

LEH is a fantastic place to learn and teach. Our most recent inspection in March 2022, found teaching and education quality to be ‘Excellent’, and training with LEH gives you the chance to work alongside and learn from fantastic colleagues. Our Initial Teacher Training team and our specialist subject departments offer an encouraging environment and provide challenge to help trainees push beyond their comfort levels with support at every step of the way,  

LEH is proud to work with two national School-Centred Initial Teacher Training initiatives – known as SCITTs – to help train brilliant teachers of the future. Applying to do your training through a SCITT means you’ll spend the majority of your training time in schools, gaining a PGCE qualification after successfully completing your course. You’ll experience being part of a team in both an independent and a state school. At the end of your course, you’ll have gained fantastic skills and experience along with a national qualification that will enable you to teach in either the independent or the state school sector. 

I love how much I learn on a daily basis – I teach but I learn too. 

To find out more

For more information about training to teach with LEH, or for an informal conversation, please contact Juliet FizGerald, Head of ITT  via email

 

 

 

 

Why choose to train though a SCITT?

  • Learn by spending the majority of your time teaching in a school 

  • Take part in a one-year structured training programme 

  • Work with experienced colleagues as part of a subject specific department in a supportive and rich learning environment 

  • Spend one study day each week at LEH to carry out your professional studies and subject specific training alongside other trainees 

  • Experience both independent and state school settings as part of your training year 

  • Apply for a Bursary or a Scholarship to support you financially 

Book to attend a taster event

If you’d like to know more about training to teach with LEH, sign up to come along to one of our taster events by clicking on the date you would like to attend below. 

Modern Languages (French, German, Spanish, Mandarin)  

Wednesday 28th February 2024 13.15-15.30

Tuesday 23rd April 2024 09.30-12.00

Maths and Physics  

Tuesday 12th March 2024 10.30-12.45

Tuesday 14th May 2024 10.30 -12.45 

More information 

Jargon Buster

ITT – Initial Teacher Training 

SCITT – School-Centred Initial Teacher Training 

NMAP – National Mathematics and Physics SCITT 

NML-SCITT – National Modern Languages SCITT 

DFE - Department for Education

National Mathematics & Physics (NMAP) School-Centred Initial Teacher Training provider (SCITT) is England’s only school centred provider of subject specific teacher training in Mathematics and Physics with an enhanced focus on subject knowledge and pedagogy.  The NMAP SCITT Programme was developed and is delivered by expert practicing teachers in collaboration with the subject associations. The SCITT’s most recent Ofsted inspection highlights how well we know our trainees as individuals and support them; Ofsted also commented about our well-structured, cohesive and ambitious curriculum. Please click here for more information.

National Modern Languages SCITT (NML SCITT) are on a mission to create the next generation of modern foreign languages (MFL) teachers in the UK. We provide teacher training for anyone wanting to become a languages teacher. Our course is the only national teacher training course specialising in modern foreign languages in the UK. Developed by experienced modern foreign languages educators, our passion for languages and language learning led to the creation of a unique teacher training programme which includes a combination of extensive school-based, in-classroom practical experience together with exemplary training. Please click here for more information.

Become a Hub Partner School 

Alongside helping to recruit more teachers to our profession, a key benefit of becoming a partner school is having an unsalaried trainee, following a comprehensive training programme, placed in your school as part of a department. For more information, please contact us.