Congratulations, you’re thinking about becoming a teacher! We think you’ve made a great choice.
We believe that every child deserves to have an education that enables them to reach their full potential. By becoming a teacher, you can nurture and inspire children to acquire knowledge and develop essential skills that form the blueprint for the rest of their lives. A career in teaching gives you the opportunity to play a pivotal role to help break cycles of poverty and low academic achievement.
It’s no secret that teaching will be challenging at times, but any career can be. With teaching, the difficult times are far outweighed by the rewards of influencing and shaping the lives of young people, instilling self-worth, bringing them out of their shell and helping them to develop lifelong values. The work is full of life, vibrancy and colour and no two days will be the same.
Stef Sullivan, Director of Initial Teacher Education, talks about teacher training at Nottingham.
The application window for courses starting in September 2022 will open on 12 October 2021. Applications will then be made through the DfE's Apply system, details to be confirmed.
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It is important that you choose the right course to suit you and your circumstances and understand the differences between them.
All of our teacher training courses are underpinned by our partnership's aims and ethos. We are constantly seeking to develop our provision and establish innovative and creative approaches to teacher education that impact on our beginning teachers and our partnership schools. The needs of our beginning teachers are at the heart of everything we do and we provide highly personalised support and challenge throughout the training year.
Whether you choose PGCE or PGCE School Direct, you will receive the same:
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