In the everyone learning @ Teaching School Alliance we believe there are aspects and elements of excellence in all of our schools which are transferable and adaptable to a range of contexts. In drawing upon this resource we can improve the quality of teaching in schools and ensure the children in all of the schools we work with receive the best opportunities they can, to be successful learners.
It’s about learning for everyone, in an environment where links and connections are made between the best practice and provision.
All schools in the Alliance should be able to identify the benefits that being in the Alliance has for all of their learners. We give generously in the knowledge we will learn so much from the generosity of others.
Be an Inspirational Teacher
“When you get home after a tough day there is always something that has happened that will make you smile”
The everyone learning@ Teaching School Alliance in partnership with the University of Cumbria is passionate about training teachers to become outstanding professionals who can inspire learners.
‘Come and See’ School Visits 2019-20
The everyone learning@ Teaching School Alliance welcomes you to ‘Come and See’ afternoons in our partnership schools where you get the opportunity to meet with a member of the School Direct team ,walk the school and discuss your next steps.
Please contact 01613014512 or email firstname.lastname@example.org for further details and to arrange your next ‘Come and See’ visit.
General Primary: Alison Dean Lime Tree Primary Academy
General Primary with Inclusion/SEND: Liz O’Shaughnessy Jenni Cryer – Hawthorns School Kingfisher Special School, New Bridge School
Secondary: Jean Beaumont, Kathryn Morrison – Mossley Hollins High School
Get Into Teaching With Us and Shape a Generation
Participating trainees will be able to acquire significant real life experience of the profession through being placed in Early Years, Primary , Specialist or Secondary schools throughout their training period.
This route in partnership with the University of Cumbria allows trainees to build relationships with stakeholders and learn from outstanding practitioners who will be on hand to offer guidance and support throughout the course.
Guaranteed Support to Secure Future Employment
In many cases, at the end of the training period, those undertaking the programme continue to work in the school or school group where they train.
Make a real difference EVERYDAY
Bring the best out in a child
Opportunities for progression
The everyonelearning@ Teaching School Alliance School Direct course in partnership with the University of Cumbria lasts one year and trainees train in at least two good or outstanding schools.
School Direct trainees will be a part of the team from the very start, receiving extensive support from experienced teachers and mentors.
School Direct trainees are eligible for training bursaries and can apply for the same financial support such as student loans. School Direct courses result in qualified teacher status (QTS), and award a postgraduate certificate in education (PGCE).
School Direct graduates have a very high rate of employment and trainee satisfaction.
What is important to us?