Why schools-led training achieves successful outcomes
NASBTT Newsletter March 2017
NASBTT Newsletter February 2017
Press Release School-based ITT receives thumbs up from Ofsted Ofsted has recently published all of the inspection reports for the 2016 cycle of inspection. These confirm that SCITTs (School-Centred Initial Teacher Training partnerships) are being rated highly by Ofsted. 18 SCITTS were inspected this year and, of these, 9 (50%) were judged to be outstanding (grade 1). A further 8 (44%) were judged to be good.
Scitt committment to SEND training
The National Association of School-Based Teacher Trainers Download as pdf Home Office Request for Evidence regarding Teacher Supply: September 2016 In response to the Home Office Request for Evidence NASBTT members outlined the key issues experienced in their Partnerships and Partnership Schools to support with the overall understanding of the teacher supply needs for teacher training in future. Members provided NASBTT with information regarding unfilled vacancies, requests for possible trainees to fill future teaching posts and some provided an outline for partnership needs in future, which reflects the number of teachers needed in 2017.18 to be trained for recruitment.
Press Release NASBTT Response to the Final Report of the School Direct Project published by Manchester Metropolitan University
NASBTT message to Nick Gibb on Allocation and Supply Crisis 12 Feb 2016
Press Release: The Truth About School Based Teacher Training