Initial training of children to school

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Rights without remedies: legal aid and access to justice for children draws on evidence from CCLC’s legal advice services. LASPO’s changes were broad, and fundamentally altered the UK’s justice system. As such, the government committed to review the Act within five years of its implementation. Now that this review is underway, we urge the government to examine in particular the impact on children’s rights of the legal aid changes, and to take steps to address this impact through implementing the recommendations in this report. No child should be left without access to justice. Recruitment now open – Apply Now!

Institute of Education to provide high quality teacher training amongst our mainly ‘outstanding’ establishments. Our vision is to train and develop the next generation of outstanding teachers for Brent schools. The consortium of schools involved in the delivery of Initial Teacher Training has a high level of expertise and strong commitment to delivering high quality training. We have a proven track record, successfully training teachers for many years. In partnership with Brent, the BTSA can provide a broad range of experiences and developmental opportunities within a multi-culturally diverse population, which enriches the experience of teaching within this unique community. Initial Teacher Training students will be trained in a highly supportive and aspirational environment and will develop the rigour, professional knowledge, understanding and skills necessary for the delivery of creative, purposeful and challenging teaching and learning. Training will be delivered by expert teachers in the partnership schools.

This will be enhanced by attendance at the Institute of Education. You will be assigned a mentor from the staff of your assigned school. From the beginning you will be treated like a member of staff and will attend staff meetings and parents evenings. Our mentors are outstanding teachers but they are required to undertake a rigorous training programme to develop their mentoring skills. This includes coaching, effective classroom observation and feedback skills. You will be in school from the first day of the school year so you will feel part of the team from day one. Our students attend exactly the same lectures as all the other PGCE students at the UCL IOE but also benefit from an extensive school based programme.

On the Salaried route students are employed by the school. During the course students have the option of joining a PGCE pathway, which continues into their NQT year. We are looking for ambitious trainee teachers who are passionate and enthusiastic about teaching and have a desire to share this with young people of all abilities. This will be demonstrated by meaningful experiences of working with young people.

This does not need to be paid work but might be helping with a sports team, drama group or youth club. We would like you to have carried out some observations in a classroom or you may even have worked in a school. All entrants must have a grade C in GCSE English and Mathematics. UCL does not accept equivalency tests from any other testing organisations. Any qualifications must be gained prior to applying. 1 or above degree, however a 2. Have the capacity for hard work and a sense of humour.

All successful applicants will be subject to a DBS and an Occupational Health check. Please visit each school’s individual websites for more information. School website created using School Jotter, a Webanywhere product. The Health Conditions in School Alliance is made of over 30 organisations, including charities, healthcare professionals and trade unions who work collaboratively to make sure children with health conditions get the care they need in school. The site is here to offer guidance and tools to schools who are looking after children with health conditions. This guides staff on how to support children with long-term conditions in school.