All of our 2022-23 courses are now on the DfE FIND System
APPLY for Schools-based ITT in Doncaster for 2022-23 (opened on 12th Oct 2021):
Applications opened on Tue 12th Oct 2021, so please go to the DfE’s “Find Postgraduate Teacher Training” (opened on 5th Oct 2021) to search for training places, then (from 12th Oct 2021) go to the DfE ‘Apply’ system (or www.UCAS.com) to apply for SCITT & School Direct places with the Doncaster ITT Partnership for 2022-23.
Search for ‘Doncaster‘ then, for:
SCITT – ‘Doncaster ITT Partnership’ (Primary & Secondary)
Or for School Direct:
Primary* – ‘Doncaster Partners in Learning Alliance’
Secondary – ‘Doncaster Regional Alliance For Teacher Training Secondary’ (‘DRAFTTS’)
We will be especially interested in receiving applications for certain ‘Priority‘ Secondary subject areas that offer a Bursary Grant or Scholarship:
- Design Technology (esp. Resistant Materials);
- Modern Languages:
- French & Spanish (possibly German, if with Spanish / French)
We will also be looking to fill a number of Secondary subjects (in addition to the above) that do not have a Bursary, inc:
- Art & Design;
- Business Studies;
- Physical Education – see notes below* ;
- Religious Education;
- Social Science.
And of course:
- Teach either:
- Foundation Stage (‘Early Years’) and Key Stage 1 (Infants);
- Key Stage 1 & 2 (Infants & Junior ages)
- Teach either:
Good luck with your applications!
Please note that PE is always very heavily over subscribed and places are always quickly filled, so please consider if you have the relevant skills, experience or degree (i.e. Sports ‘Science’) to perhaps consider applying for another subject (e.g. Biology or Primary etc.).
*PE & EBacc subject:
The DfE have again committed to supporting a limited number of additional PE places where the applicant has: a good A-Level pass in a relevant EBacc subject; can demonstrate an ability to develop their subject knowledge (SKE may be available) and train to teach ‘some’ of that subject in addition to PE. All assessments for the award of QTS will still be based on the PE element of training, but will enable the trainee to be considered for a teaching timetable that included the EBacc subject in future.