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Contents Why Teach? What is CTTP ? Why Us? Training Programme Location Of Partnership Schools 45 Top 10 Reasons To Train With Us 67 Case Studies 10 11 Funding, Bursaries & How To Apply 12 13 2

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Why Teach? Teaching is a rewarding, exciting and fulfilling profession. By bringing your skills and knowledge to the classroom, you can make a real difference to the lives of young people. Every day you are able to share your enthusiasm for learning so that it will inspire others to realise their potential and to discover their talents. Teachers shape the lives of future generations. This is an exciting prospect for all teachers and despite some challenges, it remains the most rewarding and deeply satisfying career. Teaching salaries are competitive and there are many opportunities for professional development and career progression. Generous holidays allow you to pursue your hobbies and interests, travel and spend time with family and friends. 4

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What is CTTP? Our Initial Teacher Training takes candidates under the School Centred Initial Teacher Training (SCITT) and School Direct programmes and provides a great alternative to training through a university. Because our training is school based, we provide you with practical, job based learning from the start. As you are working in a school, you are also much more likely to get a job at the end of your training. In fact, 100% of our trainees go on to secure a teaching role. At Carmel, we have been inspiring the next generation of teachers for over 17 years and now provide Initial Teacher Training to over 120 trainees every year. Considered an Outstanding provider by Ofsted, we now work with 10 lead schools throughout the North East, successfully training primary and secondary teachers in all subject areas. As one of the top performing schools in the country we pursue excellence in all we do. We value each individual and ensure each trainee can achieve their full potential. 5

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Why Us? Carmel Teacher Training Partnership (CTTP) is based at Carmel College Darlington, which is an outstanding 11-18 Catholic Academy working with all schools across the North East. We are a well-established, independent, accredited provider of school-centred teacher training. In 2012, we were awarded ‘Outstanding’ status by Ofsted. We offer a bespoke training programme which meets the individual needs of trainees in both primary and secondary schools. The CTTP programme aims to promote excellence in all aspects of education through focused central and school-based training activities. Trainees are based in our Partnership schools for the duration of the programme. Our ultimate goal is to develop skilled, reflective and creative practitioners who will enthuse and inspire future generations. 6

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10 Reasons To Choose Carmel Teacher Training 1 We’ve been training teachers for over 17 years - our experience and reputation is second to none 2 More than 90% of our trainees consistently go on to secure a teaching post; often being offered a teaching job in the school in which they trained 3 We’re rated as ‘Outstanding’ by Ofsted- we’ve achieved the highest standards which we can share with you 4 We know that no two trainees are the same - we treat you as an individual and provide you with a training programme that is tailored to your specific needs 5 Learning on the job. Because our training is school based, you’ll learn from outstanding professionals 6 Learning in small groups gives you a better learning experience 7 Your learning mentor is a dedicated professional who will help you every step of the way 8 You’ll train in excellent schools across the North East of England 9 You’ll achieve a PGCE qualification 10 As a teaching school we support and train teachers from ITT to NQT: middle leadership, senior leadership and headship 7

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“Education is the most powerful weapon which use tyoocuhcaannge the world.” - Nelson Mandela 9

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Training Programme Primary (5 -11 years) Secondary (11-16) CTTP delivers PGCE in conjunction with St. Mary’s University, Twickenham, London. Training for the programme takes place in geographical clusters across the North East. Programme Content: General Professional Studies: Professional Role of a Teacher; Safeguarding; Behaviour for Learning; SEN(D); EAL; Literacy across the Curriculum; Assessment, Tracking, Pupil Progress; Data; Equality and Diversity. Subject Specialism Pedagogy and Subject Knowledge. Masteres (MA) Modules delivered by St Mary’s University, Twickenham - ‘Flying Faculty’ – in Newcastle and Darlington. The CTTP Programme ensures that our trainees receive quality support on their journey to achieving PGCE. All schools involved in the Partnership and training are experienced classroom practitioners who take great pride in supporting and training exceptional, highly motivated teachers of the future. 10

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Primary “The ITT course through CTTP was a hectic, yet fantastic year. Prior to the course my only experience of Primary School was being a student twenty years ago. The support and training offered was second to none. The opportunity to meet and share experiences with other trainees, mentors, professional tutors and partnership link tutors, laid the foundations of a support network that gave me the tools to succeed. The programme, as expected, was rigorous, challenging and exhilarating. The key for me was to firstly be organised and secondly to be like a sponge - soaking up as much knowledge and advice as possible from the experienced practitioners that you are surrounded by on a daily basis. At times it seemed that there were many areas to keep on top of, however upon reflection I realise that this has thoroughly prepared me for my future teaching career. Looking back on how far I have come in the last year, I believe that the holistic and supporting approach from CTTP was of immense benefit.” Case Studies Secondary “I completed the ITT course in Modern Foreign Languages with CTTP and can wholeheartedly recommend it to anybody hoping to enter the teaching profession. Throughout the year I received exceptional support from the full training team, including vastly experienced mentors and colleagues, at both Carmel and during my second school placement at a partnership school. I regularly received constructive and supportive feedback that covered a range of topics. This support helped me to continually progress throughout the academic year and it continued to serve as a great help during my NQT year. The support networks provided by CTTP were faultless. There is clearly a desire to provide trainees with the most positive and supportive experiences throughout the training year and all staff involved have contributed to that.” 11

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Location of Partnership Schools Primary (UCAS Code) Secondary (UCAS Code) Carmel College, Darlington (School Direct 1KF, SCITT C23) Harton Technology College, South Shields (1D7) 1. St Joseph’s R C Primary School, Durham 1. Harton Technology College, South Shields 2. St William’s Primary School, Trimdon 2. Boldon School, Boldon Colliery 3. St Augustine’s Primary School, Darlington 3. Park View School. Chester le Street 4. St Aloysius RC Infant School, Hebburn 4. Jarrow School, Jarrow 5. St Teresa’s Catholic Primary School, Newcastle 5. Mortimer Community College, South Shields 6. Whinfield Primary School, Darlington 6. Hetton School, Hetton-le-Hole 7. Healthfield Primary School, Darlington 7. Farringdon School, Sunderland 8. Harrowgate Hill Primary School, Darlington 9. St Francis of Assisi CE School, Ingleby Barwick Carmel College, Darlington (School Direct, 1KF, SCITT C23) 10. St Bede’s Catholic Academy, Stockton on Tees 1. Carmel College, Darlington 11. St Mary’s RC Primary School, Richmond 2. Hummersknott Academy, Darlington 12. St Mary’s RC Primary School, Barnard Castle 3. St Thomas More, North Shields 13. St Joseph’s R C Primary School, Middlesbrough 4. Our Lady and St Bede’s, Stockton 14. St Mary’s RCVA Primary School, Wingate 5. The English Martyrs High School and Sixth Form College, 15. St Mary’s RC Primary School, Jarrow Hartlepool 16. St Wilfrid’s RCVA Primary School, Bishop Auckland  6. St Joseph’s Catholic Academy, Hebburn 17. St Charles RC Primary School, Gosforth 7. St Leonard’s Catholic School, Durham 18. St Thomas More RC Primary School, Middlesbrough 8. St Michael’s RC Academy, Billingham 9. Longfield Academy, Darlington Cardinal Hume Catholic School, Gateshead (198) 10. St Patrick’s Catholic College, Middlesbrough 1. St Peter’s RC Primary School, Gateshead 11. Trinity Catholic College, Middlesbrough 2. St Anne’s Catholic Primary School , Gateshead  The English Martyrs School and Sixth Form College, Our Lady Queen Of Martyrs, Durham (1OP) Hartlepool (1BG) 1. St Godric’s RC Primary School, Durham 2. St Joseph’s RC School, Gilesgate St John’s School and Sixth Form College, Bishop Auckland (14W) 3. St Thomas More RC Primary School, Belmont 4. St Agnes R C Primary School, Crawcrook St Thomas More Catholic School, Blaydon (100) 5. Our Lady Queen Of Peace, Penshaw 1. St Thomas More Catholic School, Blaydon 2. St Mary’s Catholic School, Newcastle Gateshead Teaching School Alliance (1EW) 1. Corpus Christi RC Primary School, Gateshead Cardinal Hume Catholic School, Gateshead (198) 2. Harlow Green Community Primary School, Gateshead 1. Cardinal Hume, Gateshead 3. St Mary’s & St Thomas Aquinas Catholic Primary School, 2. St Robert’s of Newminster, Washington Gateshead 3. St Benet Biscop Catholic High School, Bedlington 4. St Aidan’s Church of England Primary School, Gateshead 4. St Wilfrid’s College, South Shields 5. Riverside Primary Academy, Gateshead 6. St Matthew’s Catholic Primary School, Prudhoe St Cuthbert’s Catholic High School, Newcastle (1KL) 7. St. Philip Neri Roman Catholic Primary School, Gateshead 8. Parochial C of E Primary School, Whickham St Anthony’s Girls’ Catholic Academy, Sunderland (1BM) 9. Ellingham C Of E First School, Northumberland 1. St Anthony’s Girls’ Catholic Academy, Sunderland 2. Kepier School, Houghton-le-Spring

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Funding, Bursaries & How To Apply Funding & Bursaries As an accredited provider, national support for maintenance and fees are available. The cost of the ITT course is £9000; applicants are able to apply to Student Loans Company to cover the costs of tuition. All national scholarships and bursaries are available to applicants, national conditions apply. How to Apply We are unable to take applications directly from candidates; applicants must use the UCAS system to do so. You have a choice of applying to Carmel itself as a school or a training provider; or you can apply to one of our lead schools. You can apply online at www.ucas.com/apply/teacher-training. Contact Us Carmel Teacher Training Partnership Carmel College, The Headlands Darlington, County Durham DL3 8RP T: 01325 523474 E: ITT@carmel.org.uk W: www.carmelteachertraining.org.uk 13

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