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Gloucestershire Initial Teacher Education Partnership

GITEP SCITT is a highly successful school centred initial teacher training provider, recognised as one of the best in the country. Rated outstanding by Ofsted in 2015/16, GITEP was ranked among the top 10 secondary providers nationally in The Good Teacher Training Guide 2017.

Our training is dominantly school based but we also believe strongly that our trainees should have the time to develop subject expertise and an understanding of theoretical aspects of education. Professional studies weeks throughout the year, with lectures and workshops led by expert speakers, support the training in schools.

GITEP works in partnership with the University of Bristol to offer the academic PGCE. Although all our centre-based training takes place in Cheltenham our trainees have full access to the University of Bristol library and are registered students of the University as well as GITEP. GITEP and the University both focus solely on secondary teacher training and share a commitment to developing outstanding subject expertise. Trainees from our partnership schools meet as subject groups every Thursday with subject leaders who are also serving teachers.

We are a relatively large SCITT, with around 80 trainees and 40 partner schools – “the richest possible mix of different settings” according to Ofsted. This enables us to offer a full range of training opportunities. We pride ourselves in knowing all our trainees individually and providing outstanding support. Our trainees “really enjoy teaching” (Ofsted) and last year over 70% found employment in partnership schools.

GITEP EVENTS

Teacher Taster Day – Pate’s Grammar School

26th Feb 2020 8:45 AM – 1:30 PM
Register now by emailing info@odysseyts.org.  Come along and find out if a career in teaching could be for you.  A great opportunity to visit the school, observe lessons and meet those involved in our teaching school.


Train To Teach Roadshow, Bath

29th Feb 2020 10.30 AM – 2.30 PM, Bath Spa University
Speak to teaching experts to receive one-to-one advice on your training options – please check your eligibility for teacher training before coming along to our event. Train to Teach events operate on a drop-in basis so you can arrive and leave at any time but we recommend allowing at least two hours to make the most of your visit and the wealth of information available. For more information and to register for your FREE place, click here: https://getintoteaching.education.gov.uk/teaching-events/train-to-teach-events/train-to-teach-bath-2020


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