School Direct Secondary

Our programme creates great teachers. We believe that you can make rapid progress when you are immersed into a supportive school environment, learning from outstanding practitioners.

Course overview

We work in partnership with York St John University to ensure that teaching in the classroom is underpinned with a rigorous academic understanding. Academic sessions take place on a Wednesday afternoon and these sessions are either led by York St John or EborHope staff. We use outstanding teachers within our schools to facilitate our sessions. These sessions aim to give you an academic understanding alongside pedagogical strategies to deploy in the classroom. You can them deploy these strategies in the classroom the next day as the majority of your time is spent at your base school. At Ebor Hope, you are always treated as a member of staff and not a trainee teacher.

Download an overview of the 2017-18 programme

Why I chose EborHope TSA – Stuart Vine

Subjects offered

For 2018-2019 we offer training in the following subjects:

  • Biology
  • Chemistry
  • Physics
  • Drama
  • Geography
  • History
  • Mathematics
  • Modern Foreign Languages
  • English
  • Music
  • PE (now full)
  • PE with EBacc

Places are limited and recruitment takes place on a rolling basis. Once the number of students accepted reaches the programme limit, programmes will be closed. We recommended that you apply as soon as possible to avoid missing out on the programme of your choice.

Entry requirements

  • You must have an A Level in the subject you wish to teach.
  • You must be an honours graduate of an approved university or other institution granting equivalent qualifications acceptable both to York St John University and the National College for Teaching and Leadership.
  • All applicants require GCSE grade C or above in English Language and Mathematics.

“Employment rates are high across training routes because the partnership meets the needs of schools within the region and beyond. Employment rates are high across training routes because the partnership meets the needs of schools within the region and beyond.”

 

Ofsted 2017

School placements

Our EborHope teachers will undertake two placements during the year. For the majority of the year, our EborHope teachers will be in their base placement. The second school placement will be for 6 weeks during the Spring term.

We place EborHope Secondary student teachers in the following schools

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% of Secondary School Direct EborHope Teachers qualified with an outstanding or good grade (all cohorts)

Academic and mentor support

You will be supported by a school mentor as well as a link tutor who is based at York St John University, they will be in regular contact through informal visits and joint appraisals. There will also be a senior mentor at EborHope to guide you throughout your teaching career. This is a one year programme but the support will continue into your NQT year and beyond.

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Fees & Funding

Tuition fees for both the Primary and Secondary school-centred (School Direct) PGCE programme are £9,250. You may be eligible for a tax free bursary or scholarship to support your training.

How to Apply

Applications for both Primary and Secondary programmes must be submitted via the UCAS website.

School Experience Programme

We’d love to meet you before you apply to our Schools Direct programme. The Schools Experience Programme (SEP) gives you an opportunity to meet and observe the teachers and pupils we work with.

Our Alliance works in partnership with York St John University and leads to the award of a PGCE with a recommendation for Qualified Teacher Status.

Interested in finding out more?

If you have any questions about the course, please don’t hesitate to contact us using the form below.

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