Teacher Training Opportunities with YWTT

YWTT  Yorkshire Wolds Teacher Training SCITT (School Centered Initial Teacher Training)

The Yorkshire Wolds Teacher Training is based at South Hunsley School and Sixth Form, part of The Education Alliance, offering school-led teacher training and the award Qualified Teacher Status (QTS) for trainee teachers.  As part of a growing trust, The Education Alliance, South Hunsley School and Sixth Form is an Outstanding school and has a long standing history of excellence in Initial Teacher Training.  Trainees experience placements in a wide range of school-based settings working with outstanding practitioners. We welcome Trainees from the SCITT at the Snaith School for their school based training placements and we work closely with YWTT throughout the year long course.

The Snaith School is part of the Multi Academy Trust of Secondary Schools which includes South Hunsley, Driffield and Mallett Lambert.

For more information please visit the YWTT website

Trainee quote

MICHELLE, ART TRAINEE

From the moment I arrived at Yorkshire Wolds Teacher Training I knew this was the right provider to help me start a new chapter of my life as a fully qualified teacher. Their warmth and genuine interest in me left me with no doubt that I would be looked after throughout this journey.  Every step of the way I have been supported and trained extensively how to be an outstanding teacher.  They have covered every aspect of pedagogy needed to help me develop as a successful teacher and I feel confident to enter my NQT year with vigour and lots of positivity. As my training ends, I know their support in my development is still ongoing and I'm extremely proud and grateful to feel part of their organisation.


Michelle, Trainee Teacher of Art 2019

 

OFSTED

Yorkshire Wolds Teacher Training was last inspected by Her Majesty’s Inspectors (HMI) in accordance with the ‘Initial teacher education inspection handbook’ on 23 September 2019.

In this most recent inspection, Yorkshire Wolds Teacher Training was judged Outstanding (Grade 1) in all areas. These are:

  • Overall effectiveness
  • The outcomes for trainees
  • The quality of training across the partnership
  • The quality of leadership and management across the partnership
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