Train With Us

Why Train With Bromley Schools Collegiate?

We are an established provider with more than 20 years of experience in ITT. We offer practical training in outstanding schools with experienced practitioners to guide you through the course. Our schools offer excellent opportunities for future employment with more than 60% of trainees appointed to their first teaching post in a partnership school. For the academic year 2012/13, 100% of our trainees secured their first teaching post.

Fully Focused Training

Trainees are based in two schools within the consortium and observe lessons along with gradually planning and teaching lessons themselves. Trainees attend weekly Professional Studies sessions to support their work towards academic assignments and also to consider the practical application of theory to teaching and learning. You are able to see what others have to say about us here.

Tailored to Your Needs

The training programme is personalised to meet your individual needs, and all trainees are fully supported by both the central office and the placement schools. Trainees are required to build an e-portfolio that records their professional and subject knowledge development in order to demonstrate that all standards required for Qualified Teacher Status (QTS) have been met. Successful candidates must:

  • Have No Criminal or Other Convictions That Might Prevent Them from Working with Children
  • Be Physically And Mentally Fit to Teach
  • Be Capable of Undertaking a Course of Study to Become a Qualified Teacher
  • Be Able to Travel to and Between Our Partner Schools for Placements and Training Sessions

Entry Requirements

To train with us, you must match the specific entry requirements. These include:

  • A Good Degree at 2.2 or Above (Preferably at Least 50% Related to the Secondary Subject for Training* or with National Curriculum Subject for Primary)
  • Maths and English GCSE at Grade C or Above (Also Including Science for Primary)
  • Enhancement Courses* to Boost Subject Knowledge in Physics, Chemistry, Maths, and MFL (Modern Foreign Languages)

Contact us now for teacher training from the professionals.

Related Links