Interested in Training to Teach?

Fancy teaching in East Herts or the Tring area? Whether you are considering a career in teaching or considering a change of career, please think about applying to the East Hertfordshire (and Tring) School Direct Partnership for a future shaping tomorrow’s citizens!

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What is the East Hertfordshire School Direct Partnership?

School Direct initial teacher training (ITT) with the East Hertfordshire School Direct Partnership (run by Goffs School) offers an exciting opportunity for highly talented and high achieving graduates who wish to pursue a career in teaching. There are five schools in the partnership that work together to design, develop and implement practical school based ITT programmes that will allow successful candidates to gain ‘hands-on’ teaching experience whilst studying with our higher education partner, the University of Hertfordshire, to attain ‘Qualified Teacher Status’ (QTS). Moreover, all partnership schools aim to nurture the next generation of outstanding teachers and school leaders.
Schools in the partnership
The partnership includes some of the leading secondary schools in East Hertfordshire, including Goffs School and Cheshunt School, which are both located in Cheshunt, as well as Sheredes School and The John Warner School, which are based in Hoddesdon. Our partnership also includes Goffs Oak Primary, which is near Cuffley and Tring School in West Hertfordshire.
Do you know of any interested ‘potential’ teachers?
If you know of anyone interested in joining the teaching profession, please inform them about the partnership. Information on becoming a trainee and how to apply can be found on our sister website: http://www.teachineastherts.wordpress.com. We can be followed @TeachHerts on twitter.

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