St John Henry Newman School is committed to safeguarding and promoting the welfare and well-being of its pupils, engages with young people and staff in Policy and practice developments, proactively encourages feedback and expects all staff and volunteers to share this commitment.
Are you interested in becoming a teacher? If so, we have an exciting opportunity for you at St John Henry Newman School and our family of primary schools. This means that you could train to be a secondary or primary teacher here with us, right on your doorstep in an environment you know, with people who know you.
We are part of the Catholic Teaching Alliance with other Catholic High Schools across Lancashire and Cumbria. This means that you can train to become a teacher with us as part of this partnership. The training lasts for one academic year and leads to the qualification of a PGCE with QTS and 120 credits towards an MA through Cumbria University.
If you have completed a degree course and you have thought about a career in teaching this is an ideal opportunity to draw on the expert advice of outstanding teachers. Working in partnership with local Catholic secondary schools, allows us to customise the training to meet the needs of both the school and the trainees, who gain practical experience from day one. It is a great way to learn and qualify to become a teacher and become one of the next generation of outstanding Catholic teachers and leaders.
Please contact Declan McArdle for details.
Train to Teach with the Catholic Teaching Alliance
Are you looking for a new challenge? Would you like a job where no two days are the same? Have you considered training to be a teacher?
If you, or somebody you know is, or soon to be, a graduate, the Catholic Teaching Alliance, based in Preston, offers bespoke PGCE training in Early Primary, Primary, Secondary (Preston or Blackburn) and Secondary 14-19 (Post 16).
With over 60 schools in the alliance we are able to offer a range of experiences in a variety of locations. Please contact us for further information, or to book onto one of our online information sessions, call 01772 326931 or email email@example.com