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PGCE (Suffolk and Norfolk Primary SCITT)


Course Description

The Suffolk and Norfolk Initial Teaching Training programmes for both Primary and Secondary teachers aim to bring together the very best of school centred and academic training to produce competent and confident Newly Qualified Teachers who consider and reflect upon the purposes of education as well as having high levels of knowledge, understanding and skills in the learning and teaching of children. We offer the facilities to undertake the following three programmes in which the training is based mainly in schools:

Primary SCITT (School Centred Initial teacher Training)
Secondary SCITT
Graduate Teacher Programme
Student Profiles
Scholarships

Entry Requirements

Entry requirements are laid down by the Teacher Development Agency and are: A UK degree or equivalent GCSE Maths, English and Science at Grade C or above Significant current experience in the primary school classroom Subject to satisfactory Criminal Records Bureau check.

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