The Endeavour Learning SCITT is a well-established and successful provider of ‘school centred initial teacher training’. Our programme is designed with Liverpool John Moores University to create the next generation of highly effective teachers who will inspire children and young adults to success. This one year programme leads to QTS (qualified teacher status) and PGCE (60 Masters Levels credits) whilst earning a tax free bursary or scholarship up to £28k.
We have an established partnership with Ormskirk School and Sixth Form College and Golborne High School where you will work alongside expert and student friendly practitioners who are passionate about raising teaching standards and supporting your professional development throughout the programme and beyond.
We are now recruiting for 2019-2020. If you are interested in finding out more about training to teach or know anyone that may be interested please join us at our cake and coffee morning on Friday 12thOctober 10.00-12.00 at Tarleton Academy.
The Associated Merseyside Partnership SCITT (AMP SCITT) is a strong and collaborative partnership of schools and colleges in the Merseyside area with a number of distinctive features that contribute to diversity and choice for trainees.
AMP have an excellent training and employment record. 100% of their 2015/16 trainees completed the course and 97% passed with a grading of good or outstanding. From the 2015/16 cohort, 100% of AMP trainees were employed in the teaching profession for the start of the new school year.
The wide variety of partner schools is a major strength of the consortium. AMP offers trainees a teaching experience in a mixed comprehensive, an 11-18 school, a Roman Catholic school, a single sex school, a studio school, and an Academy. The range of subject specialisms and awards to be found within AMP is exceptional.
In short AMP has friendly, well-equipped schools that offer a wide range of educational experiences and understand the needs of Initial Teacher Training.