If you are thinking of applying for a teacher training course to start in September 2019 then there is lots of information to help you make your decision.
Some advice on making a successful application:
New partnership with West Suffolk College offering teacher training places with Suffolk and Norfolk SCITT to start training as a secondary teacher in late September 2018
We are delighted to build a new partnership with West Suffolk College to offer teacher training places in Physics, Chemistry and Computer Science for a late September 2018 start. Please submit your application via UCAS by September 10th....
The cohort of 2017-2018 Secondary Salaried trainees attended their last Core Training day this week and you can tell from their faces (not all trainees -spot the trainers too) that they are pleased to be nearing the end of their training....
According to Sir Ridley Scott, 'teaching is the most important of all professions....
In February 2018, changes to the arrangements for the skills tests were announced.
What do our Primary trainees say about the Suffolk and Norfolk SCITT Primary teacher training course?
Read what our Primary trainees say about their training with Suffolk and Norfolk Primary SCITT
Paul Law, Secondary SCITT Leader for Suffolk and Norfolk SCITT and Roger Higgins, Assistant Headteacher at Notre Dame High School in Norwich have been on Nick Conrad's morning show on Radio Norfolk talking about all the ...
In response to The Times editorial 'More Teachers, please' on 9th January - Anna Richards, our Executive Leader has sent The Times a letter which we think presents a more balanced view of what is needed to help with teacher ...
For a career not known for being easy on the working hours, a move into teaching for a better work/life balance is something of an unusual choice.
There are a range of reasons to choose teaching as a career as shown in this newspaper article from the Ipswich Star about Jake Longhurst, one of our ex-Salaried trainees who completed his training with Suffolk and Norfolk SCITT in June ...