Leeds Trinity Secondary PGCE courses provide an excellent start to your teaching career. People do well on the courses and gain employment after completion, often in schools that work in partnership with Leeds Trinity.
Employment rates for graduates of our PGCE programmes are consistently above the national average with ex-students filling teaching posts in every corner of the UK.
OFSTED rate our partnership with schools and the overall management of the course as 'good'. Click here to read our latest Ofsted reports.
The PGCE course is designed in three stages to provide a gradual and supportive induction into teaching and includes two 12-week placements of school-based training. Throughout both placements trainees are strongly supported by College and School-based tutors. Assessment during College-based training is by coursework and during School-based training by performance.
Our PGCE Courses offer an integrated professional and post-graduate level programme. The course is structured so that everyone studies towards the professional graduate qualification (PGCE) to gain QTS whilst also developing their post-graduate level critical thinking. Coursework completed for the professional level course support and informs the post-graduate assignment.
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The MA Education
The MA in Education is a part time programme designed specifically to meet the professional and personal development needs of teachers and other education professionals. It is designed to support improvements in teaching and learning through critical reflective practice and practical enquiry.
The MA in Education is designed as a three year, part-time course with teaching in the evenings (Wednesdays or Thursdays) and on some weekends.
Assessment is through graded coursework assignments designed to enable participants to critically reflect on practice. The nature of the reflective practice assignments vary by module, but are designed to include written papers, small scale enquiries, presentations and design of learning materials.
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The Teaching and Learning Academy
The TLA is a professional development framework for the whole school workforce. It is designed to offer learning opportunities and national recognition for staff working in schools at all career stages, while giving schools a framework for professional development that supports school improvement.
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