This video shows teachers and pupils in the school environment.
Springcroft is privileged to work in partnership with the Keele and North Staffordshire Teacher Education (KNSTE) programme. KNSTE is a School Centred Initial Teacher Training (SCITT) Provider with a partnership of over 80 schools who work closely with Shaw Education Trust and Keele University to offer high quality teacher education. This innovative course is available as both a full and a 2 year flexible route. Associate teachers will come to us with a wealth of experience, talents and attributes. KNSTE and partnership schools seek to develop these in relation to early years, primary and special school pedagogy. Associate teachers will complete a Keele University Postgraduate or Professional Certificate alongside your Qualified Teacher Status (QTS). In 2017, KNSTE were recognised as being an ‘outstanding’ provider by Ofsted. They stated that, ‘The partnership’s strapline is ‘rooted in evidence, reaching for excellence’. Leaders ensure that it does exactly that, by leaving no stone unturned in ensuring that trainees receive the high-quality training, support and challenge they require to be successful teachers.’
For further information, please visit the Keele and North Staffordshire Teacher Education website: https://knste-shaw.org.uk/
Celebrating the 2014-2015 course
Uploaded by The Keele and North Staffordshire Primary Scitt on 2015-08-28.
Unfortunately not the ones with chocolate chips.
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