Tommy Flowers SCITT graduation
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The first cohort of 44 teachers from the Tommy Flowers School-centred initial teacher training (SCITT) initiative graduated at TNMOC last week.
The graduates, who have all completed a training year within a school environment, were awarded Qualified Teacher Status and a Post Graduate Certificate in Education. Having qualified in June, all of them are now teaching in MK schools.
Denbigh School Headteacher, Andy Squires, presented the teachers with their certificates, in front of the world’s first computer and was joined by special guests David Hopkins, MK’s Mayor, Cheryl Eyre, MK Council’s Head of Setting and School Effectiveness, and Rob Robson, director of RobsonKing.
“Today is the culmination of an extremely successful year for the graduates who have taken part in this exciting teacher training initiative. We have had 100% employment and 97% of trainees are graded ‘Good’ or ‘Outstanding’", said Andy Squires.
Applications are now being accepted for the September 2018 intake; search online for Tommy Flowers SCITT, under Teacher Training Providers at: www.ucas.com
The Tommy Flowers SCITT, named in honour of the creator of Colossus, is a training partnership with links to many MK primary schools, 12 local secondary schools, a special school and a pupil referral unit.