Tes Institute gains re-accreditation for ITT

We’re delighted to be providing Initial Teacher Training (ITT) programmes for September 2024 and beyond.

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It’s no secret that in recent months Initial Teacher Training (ITT) providers across the country have gone through a rigorous re-accreditation process as part of the ITT Market review. The journey has been followed closely in Tes Magazine, where is was reported in May that almost two thirds of providers were not accredited in the first round of the process.

We’re proud to confirm we’ve passed the Department for Education process in the first round and are an approved ITT provider for September 2024 and beyond. This achievement is recognition of the tireless work of all the teams working on our ITT routes. The re-accreditation allows us to continue training, inspiring and developing trainee teachers and working with our partner schools to help put confident, qualified teachers into classrooms.  

“We are delighted to be re-accredited to enable us to continue to deliver ITT programmes in collaboration with our school partnerships from 2024. We are already adapting our ambitious curriculum to align with the expectations, and have exciting plans for mentor development to meet the quality requirements. We look forward to working collaboratively with Teaching School Hubs and SCITTs in our region, to support the development of ITT nationally.” 
Jane Coleman, Programme Director for Schools Direct and Postgraduate Teaching Apprenticeship

Tes Institute routes into teaching

Our ITT routes include School Direct and the Postgraduate Teaching Apprenticeship. If you are interested in getting into teaching and would like to find out more about both routes, our Which Tes Institute course is right for you? blog post can help.

The summer success for our team does not just stop at our re-accreditation. We’re pleased to share that our recent Ofsted visit resulted in a rating of ‘Good’. Please check back on our blog soon as we’ll be taking a detailed look at the feedback from Ofsted and what this means for our learners for the 2022-2023 academic year and beyond.