About Suffolk and Norfolk SCITT
Why train with Suffolk and Norfolk School Centred Initial Teacher Training?
Teaching can be one of the most exciting, rewarding and challenging careers you can choose.
And if you decide to become a teacher, you will want to know that you have got off to the best possible start to your career. That is exactly what Suffolk and Norfolk School Centred Initial Teacher Training (SCITT) aims to help you do.
You will want to know that your training provider has a proven track record. Suffolk and Norfolk SCITT programmes have all been judged to be at least Good or Outstanding by Ofsted (May 2013).
You will also want to leave your training well qualified for the modern world of teaching. That is why our SCITT offers you a Postgraduate Certificate in Education, 60 Master's level credits and Qualified Teacher Status on all its Initial Teacher Training courses.
Wouldn’t it also be a great start to your career if you could qualify graded at least ‘Good’? Almost all our trainees do and across our programmes more than 65% qualify as Outstanding each year.
However, we don’t just offer you academic success. Care and support for the individual are central to all that we do which is why each trainee is assigned their own SCITT Tutor for the course as well as a School Mentor.
What else is there to make you want to choose Suffolk and Norfolk SCITT?
- Very high employment outcomes for trainees.
- High quality centre-based training.
- SCITT programme regularly ranked in the UK top 10 (Good Teacher Training Guide Buckingham University).
- Largest provider of School Centred Initial Teacher Training in the country.
Information Evening - University of Suffolk 14 Dec 2017