How to apply for Teacher Training
September 2020 applications for initial teacher training are now open on UCAS and DfE's 'Apply' - the new, easier way for aspiring teachers to apply for primary and secondary courses, which will eventually replace UCAS.
We want ambitious graduates who are passionate and enthusiastic about their subject and have the desire to share this with young people of all abilities.
What are we looking for? Do you meet our entry requirements?
Apply on UCAS or Apply portals
Attend an interview day.
Been offered a place? Find out what you need to do next:
Support for BME applications
Shotton Hall SCITT is committed to ensuring that applicants are supported in fair access to our recruitment and selection process. We have secured the expertise of Sheba Joseph, a specialist adviser to ensure that candidates from black or minority ethnic backgrounds have equal access in applying to initial teacher training.
Sheba leads MERIT, a dedicated service which aims to raise awareness of the opportunities available to black or minority ethnic candidates wishing to train as a teacher locally and to provide support mechanisms to guide them through the application and interview process.
Candidates can access support directly by contacting Sheba on 0191 433 8647 or emailing email@example.com