CHS has joined a roster of leading schools to become a regional teacher training hub for Modern Languages and is looking for a new recruit to join its thriving Modern Languages department.
CHS is one of the newest members of the SCITT (School Centred Initial Teacher Training) and is now one of several hubs that work with partner schools in their area to deliver high quality classroom-based modern languages teacher training. Trainees will join CHS and commence the training programme from September 2021.
SCITT programmes are aimed at both new graduates and career changers and enable a new generation of teachers to benefit from highly practical, school-based training.
Trainees will spend most of their time at CHS, building their confidence and experience, with weekly academic theory sessions to support their development. They will also work for six weeks in a contrasting second school to broaden their experience. Bramhall High School has agreed to provide complementary placements for our trainees and active links with these schools’ departments can now grow and flourish on many levels in Modern Languages.
At the end of the one-year SCITT programme, trainees will receive Qualified Teacher Status (QTS) and a Post Graduate Certificate in Education (PGCE), including credits towards a Masters qualification.
Those interested in applying should email Rachel Dalton-Woods on RachelDaltonWoods@CHSchool.co.uk.
Cheadle Hulme School
- Mainstream school with independent funding
- All-through School
- Students of mixed gender, age 3 - 18 years