Benefits of being a partner with Newman University

School Direct 2021/22

School Direct is a school-based approach to teacher training, which in many ways mirrors the life of a ‘real’ teacher, as you are based in school from the very start of the training and for the majority of the course.  The School Direct training at Newman runs alongside existing PGCE and undergraduate programmes.  When you successfully complete the course, you are awarded a postgraduate certificate in education (PGCE with QTS) with the opportunity to attain additional Masters’ credits.

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Benefits of being a partner with Newman University

Schools are already registered for September 2021. Schools ideally need to plan their School Direct programme a year in advance,...

Contacts

For guidance regarding School or Teaching School Alliance participation in the School Direct programme please visit www.education.gov.uk for the latest information....

Eligibility and Funding 2021-22

Eligibility and Funding There are three types of funding available for teacher training – depending on your circumstances, you could...

How to Apply (School Direct) 2021 Entry

Details about the routes available for teacher training and an explanation of how to apply can be found here. Once...

Information for Schools (School Direct and SCITT)

School Direct and School Based Teacher Training Are you interested in becoming involved in School Direct? Schools wishing to be...

Primary and Secondary Programmes 2020/21

Primary Programme The School Direct programme, supported by Newman University, provides a structured programme of training and support into teaching....

School Direct Partners

‘The outcomes for trainees are good. Trainees’ attainment is high, especially through the School Direct route, where around three quarters...

Working with Newman University

Newman has an established reputation for producing high quality teachers, who understand the needs of the children they teach, and...

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