Teach SouthEast SCITT delivers high quality, bespoke school centered initial teacher training (ITT) programmes for aspiring secondary teachers across the South East of England.
Led by two outstanding teaching schools, Salesian School and St John the Baptist (SJB), who work together with their vast network of partnership of schools. Both are passionate about training and developing outstanding teachers for the future. We firmly believe that the best place to train teachers effectively, in this complex but incredibly rewarding career, is in schools and our close links within our partnership provide trainees with a broad spectrum of experiences. Since being involved in ITT, Teach SouthEast are proud to say that in both 2015 & 2016 100% of all trainees completing the course passed with qualified teaching status (QTS), with 97% graded ‘Good’ and ‘Outstanding’. An impressive 95% from 2015 and 81% from 2016 are now employed in schools within the partnership and 100% have been employed by the end of their training year.
"Being trained by outstanding practitioners at the top non-selective state school in the country has given me the best possible start to my teaching career."
Amy Jackson English Trainee 2015
"The mentor system in the Teach SouthEast partnership is fantastic. They are always there to offer support, help with lesson planning and give practical ways to improve all aspects of my teaching."
Ingrid Barnsley History Trainee 2015
"Working with SJB and Salesian has given me the opportunity to be supported, mentored and developed by outstanding schools to be an outstanding teacher of the future."
Chris Newman English Trainee 2013
Teach SouthEast offers trainee's routes into teaching through both School Direct and Core SCITT places. Having worked together for the last eight years SJB and Salesian have a proven track record of success in developing trainee teachers as well as supporting colleagues with a wealth of continuing professional development.
|Salesian School (Lead)||Chertsey|
|St John the Baptist School (Lead)||Woking|
|Epsom and Ewell High School||Epsom|
|Hoe Valley School||Woking|
|Jubilee High School||Addlestone|
|St John Bosco College||Wandsworth|
|St Andrew's Catholic School||Leatherhead|
|St Joseph’s Catholic High School||Slough|
|St Mark's Catholic School||Hounslow|
|St Paul's Catholic College||Sunbury on Thames|
|St Peter's Catholic School||Guildford|
|The Bishop David Brown School||Woking|
|The Magna Carta School||Staines|
|The Matthew Arnold School||Staines|
|Ursuline High School||Wimbledon|