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Get into Teaching – South Yorkshire Event (Sat 12th oct 2019)

If you want to Get into Teaching in South Yorkshire, then come along to this prestigious event on Saturday 12th October 2019, hosted at Sheffield Hallam University, Charles Street Building, Sheffield, S1 2NH

This event is for anyone considering applying for teacher training in the Region who wants to find out more about the different routes into teaching, funding, qualifications and how & when to apply.

There will be high profile speakers from the Education sector, support talks on applying, finance, school experience, skills tests, subject talks (Early Years, Primary, Secondary, Post 16 & Further Education), alongside representation from ALL of the teacher training providers in South Yorkshire.

Book onto the ‘Talks’ and download a Schedule for the day.

In addition, there will be a ‘Get into Teaching – Advice Zone’ providing objective, one-to-one advice and guidance for those looking to go into teaching.

‘Get into Teaching – in South Yorkshire’  is a collaborative event involving South Yorkshire Futures, Sheffield Hallam University, the University of Sheffield, Doncaster ITT Partnership, Sheffield SCITT, the National Modern Languages SCITT and it is supported by the Department for Education (DfE).

For ITT and NQT Mentors in all Doncaster schools

Exciting opportunity for ITT and NQT Mentors in all Doncaster schools

PiL – Enhance your mentoring skills

Partners in Learning – Teaching School Alliance & the Doncaster ITT Partnership are working in collaboration with Sheffield Hallam University to offer FREE online Mentor training and accreditation.

Mentors have a key role supporting the professional development of Trainees and Newly Qualified Teachers and this programme has been designed to further support your development and provide accreditation for the significant expertise and skills that Mentors have.

All Doncaster Mentors were invited to the launch of the online programme at Castle Park on Tuesday 20th Nov 2018, where we were delighted that Richard Pountney from Sheffield Hallam University delivered the session.

But don;t worry if you weren’t able to make that event, you can still apply to join the on-line programme.