Leeds Trinity University partners with secondary education schools in the Yorkshire and Humber region to provide our students with the very best school placements. Our secondary programme will prepare you to teach within the secondary age phase.
Leeds Trinity's School Centred Initial Teacher Training (ITT) study route leads to Qualified Teacher Status (QTS) and a Professional Certificate in Education (PCE) (Level 6) with the option of gaining a PGCE (Level 7).
Leeds Trinity partners with secondary schools in the local area through Leeds SCITT. Since 2004, Leeds SCITT has been delivering high-quality training that's resulted in good and outstanding secondary teacher.
Leeds SCITT students will:
Find out more at the Leeds SCITT website
Northern Lights SCITT
For 2018, Northern Lights SCITT is recruiting to both primary and secondary programmes with partner schools across North and West Yorkshire - an area that spans the Yorkshire Dales, Bradford and Harrogate. Leeds Trinity University delivers the masters elements of the Northern Lights programmes and validates the PGCE and Masters qualifications.
Northern Lights SCITT students will:
- experience a wide diversity of educational settings
- benefit from the knowledge and support of outstanding subject specialists in their lead schools
- receive professional learning tuition from practitioners at the forefront of developments in teaching and learning
- benefit from Leeds Trinity's campus facilities including the Library and IT services
Find out more at the Northern Lights SCITT website
Other PGCE study routes:
We can help you choose the right PGCE study route for you. Contact the PGCE Admissions Office, whether you need advice or have a question, on
+44 (0) 113 283 7268 or
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