Our Programme

School Based Teaching Programme

Over the course trainees participate in active tutor led sessions to develop their knowledge, skills and understanding of teaching.

Our programme blends the best of school-based teacher training with high quality input and support from Winchester University. Students are based for teaching practice in two different schools but will visit all the primary settings in the Godalming Learning Partnership whilst receiving specialist support every step of the way.

Our training programme is designed to encourage a holisitc approach to learning. Students are encouraged to explore and embrace the ethos of each of our schools. They are immersed in primary pedagogy: the setting, the language used, the experiential learning delivered by leading practitioners. Training sessions consist of discussion, active learning, theory-based practice, Q&As and weekly home learning activities. The Learning Partnership sessions cover:

Behaviour Management

Planning & Preparation

Special Educational Needs & Disabilities

Spiritual, Moral, Social & Cultural Education

Assessment

Outstanding Teaching & Learning

 

English, Maths, Science, Computing, PE, Arts, Humanities  

Early Years Foundation Stage

Classroom Environment

Values Education

Outdoor Learning

Mental Health and Well-being

 

 

Report Writing

Parent Meetings

Managing Workload

Students accepted on our course benefit from being awarded a Post Graduate Certificate of Education and Qualified Teacher Status at the end of the training year, with the possibility of being employed within the Godalming Learning Partnership schools the following year.