The Yorkshire Three Counties Alliance

The Yorkshire and Three Counties Alliance SCITT (School Centered Initial Teacher Training)

The Yorkshire Three Counties Alliance (YTCA) is a family of 9 schools and three enhanced placement providers who, endorsed by Edge Hill University, offer QTS and 120 Masters Credits to train to become a teacher.

The alliance’s host school, Minsthorpe Community College, have a state of the art, educational hub building and a long record of delivering effective professional development courses.  In union with Edge Hill University you will have the chance to enrol and graduate from the fabulous Edge Hill Campus as well as benefit from “Outstanding” teacher training.

The Snaith School is part of this SCITT and look forward to welcoming applications for September 2016.

If you are interested in joining YTCA then please contact Sara Bentley at The Snaith School: Sara.Bentley@thesnaithschool.org.uk or Rebecca Turner at Minsthorpe Community College RTurner-Loisel@minsthorpe.cc

Further information about the application process and requirements or the other schools in the alliance please see http://www.minsthorpe.wakefield.sch.uk/  and follow the links to teacher training.

http://ytcascitt.co.uk/

 

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