When using the UCAS search tool it is recommended that you only search for age range, subject and region. St Peter’s school listings with the Cambridge Partnership come under the hub school in the partnership which is Springwood High School. Alternatively searching for Springwood High School gives a full range of our courses. We also work with the Cambridgeshire Teaching Schools Network, which can also be found on UCAS.
What is School Direct?
School Direct is a suite of teacher training courses that run in schools for the equivalent of one academic year. You work as part of the teaching team from the start of term in September learning from experienced, motivated and inspiring staff and immediately putting your new skills into practice.
More information about School Direct and other routes into teaching can be found on the DfE website here:
At St Peter’s we work with a range of training partners to deliver Salaried School Direct Placements in a range of subjects and Non Salaried school direct placements.
Salaried Placements for 2019/20
In the last four years we have had developed the number of salaried School Direct trainees at St Peter’s. We are looking to build on this success for the academic year 2019/20. St Peter’s School is delighted to be able to offer salaried training course in the following subjects for September 2019. St Peter’s is working with the Cambridge Partnership and the Cambridgeshire Teaching Schools Network to offer a wide range of subjects sharing skills and expertise across schools in Cambridgeshire.
For the Cambridge Partnership please use the following course codes on UCAS and the location code is M.
“The Cambridge Partnership is collaboration across Cambridgeshire that aims to offer the highest quality teacher training through a wide number of school based routes. By working together schools can ensure that trainee teachers experience the very highest standards of teaching and professional development delivered by experts across the network.”
“The Cambridge Teaching School Network’s mission is to recruit and retain high quality candidates into teaching to meet the needs of our locality. The Cambridge Teaching Schools Network offers a range of routes into teacher training to suit different people’s needs and circumstances, including a new flexible salaried route for Physics and Maths. Our diverse alliance of schools, from Peterborough to Hertfordshire, has been involved in delivering high quality teacher-training for decades, and is now in the ideal position to offer a wide variety of School Direct routes into teaching.”
If you are thinking about teaching but want to know what it could be like why not take advantage of the School Experience Program? This gives you opportunity to experience what it is like for a short placement in school. More details will be added soon.
At St Peter’s we had more than 50 School Experience Placements in 6 departments in 2017/18 and have already had our first candidates for the current academic year. If you can’t find a time slot in a subject that suits on the SEP website please contact us directly and we will aim to work with you as your start to plan for teacher training.
I enjoyed a day of positive experiences in the French Language Department at the school today. I had a very inspiring day of school exposure. The day was even better than I expected. The staff and teachers showed a willing attitude to transfer the best of their experiences and knowledge to me. They were widely open to provide their support, advice and answered my questions enthusiastically.
They also were passionate and enthusiastic while teaching and with their roles at the school. Similarly, the students gave their best during the lessons, in general, they seem committed to learn. In my opinion, this is the result of the support they are receiving.
In addition, I appreciate your time and effort for putting together a programme for the day that allowed me to see a range of high level of work going on in the languages department. You gave me a warm welcome, and an insight of the work behind the scenes in the classroom, and of course for the details about teacher training providers. By the way, this is the most organised, structured and complete SEP programme I have experienced until now.
Please, extend my appreciation as well to all the staff, specifically to Mrs Foubert, who showed enthusiasm and fresh attitude while teaching, and as well as for the information and advice provided to be prepared for the profession ahead. To Mrs Burnistonfor showing a special style in teaching and for mentioning two keys to succeed as a teacher: organisation and ability for behaviour management. To Miss Hill for sharing her experience with the ability to deal with different students’ needs.
Finally, thank you again for allowing an opportunity to return for more school exposure. I am looking forward enthusiastically to returning to your school soon.