Become a teacher - Teacher Training at The Forest School
Are you interested in training to be a teacher in Wokingham? Please see the following information about training to teach.
i2i Teaching Partnership
Welcome to the i2i Teaching Partnership – an alliance of highly successful secondary schools in Surrey, Hampshire, Middlesex and Berkshire delivering a first class and highly supportive School Centred Initial Teacher Training (SCITT) programme for aspiring secondary school teachers.
The partnership is led by Weydon School - an Ofsted ‘outstanding’ school which has a passion for the professional development of all those in the teaching profession; from helping Trainees take their first steps in the classroom, to helping nurture school leaders of the future. We go the extra mile in delivering a first class school-based Initial Teacher Training programme (11-16) leading to both QTS and PGCE, which aims to equip you with the skills, knowledge and resilience needed to become the best teacher you can possibly be. If you are a dynamic individual with the passion and drive to become an outstanding teacher, we would like to hear from you.
We also welcome potential applicants to register for our School Experience Programme. School experience is invaluable for you if:
- you would like to gain an insight into teaching and find out if it is for you
you would like to gain observational experience prior to interview
You can register and apply for this programme at www.i2ipartnership.co.uk/34/school-experience-programme
Tammy Cresswell: firstname.lastname@example.org
For more information please visit https://www.i2ipartnership.co.uk/
Wokingham Federation - Teacher Training
Teacher Training is now available at The Forest School as part of the Wokingham Secondary Federation’s partnership with the University of Reading. High-quality Initial Teacher Training (ITT) is offered in highly regarded and academically successful local schools.
Please see Wokingham Secondary Federation – Schools working with schools for details of the Federation and of those schools involved in its teacher training Hub.
The Federation offers many places to talented graduates for training to become teachers. We are looking to appoint excellent trainees who are enthusiastic and passionate about teaching and who have the ability and drive to become outstanding practitioners.
Details about the Federation and the courses on offer can be found on the Federation website at Availability of Places 2024-2025 .
Depending on your subject specialism, you can now earn up to £30,000 tax free if you train to teach with us. Up to date details of funding for 2024 – 2025 trainees can be found at ITT funding 2024-2025.
For more details about the course, please see the University of Reading’s website at Institute of Education at the University of Reading .
The Get into Teaching website Get Into Teaching provides a wealth of additional and useful information about teacher training.
The Federation works in close partnership with local primary schools and is also able to offer training places for applicants interested in teaching the 5 – 11 age range.
If you have any questions or would like an introductory discussion about teacher training with the Wokingham Federation, please contact Federation Manager Julian Bushell at email@example.com.
Maiden Erlegh Institute
We work closely with the Maiden Erlegh Institute for teacher training. Please click on this link Maiden Erlegh Institute - Teacher Training to take you to their website giving you further information, links and how to apply.