Melbourn Village College is proud to be a partner school within the Cambridge Teaching Schools' Network - CTSN - which offers training for aspiring teachers across the area.
CTSN is a collaboration of Teaching School Hubs, MATs and local schools working together to provide the capacity to deliver effective teacher training throughout Cambridgeshire and Peterborough, Essex and Suffolk to produce its own high-quality teachers.
CTSN aims to recruit, train, and retain excellent candidates into teaching to meet the educational needs of the area. You will undertake most of your training within a school environment in one of our supportive and well-established school partners and taught be current teachers within our partnership schools.
WHAT ROUTES ARE AVAILABLE TO ME WHEN TRAINING WITH CTSN?
CTSN SCITT offers a range of routes of teacher training at both Primary and Secondary level to suit everyone.
Details of these different routes and course options can be found in two ways:
- Via the DfE’s Apply site by searching for area or provider and then course/route https://www.gov.uk/apply-for-teacher-training
- Via CTSN SCITT’s Website https://ctsnscitt.info/ to find the list of the course codes for each route/course to aid your application. https://ctsnscitt.info/how-to-apply/application-process/
Once you register on the DfE site, you can search by place, course and then subject. You will get possible course/routes at this point to help refine your search.
If you are considering joining the teaching profession and making a difference to young people's lives, then find out more on the CTSN website.
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