We are incredibly proud to have trained so many brilliant teachers over the years at Leeds Trinity.

We were founded as two teacher training colleges in 1966 and since then have seen many of our graduates go on to exciting teaching careers all around the world.

They flourish as teachers, classroom assistants, education specialists and much more.

Trinity Trains Teachers highlights our inspirational alumni, along with providing resources and advice as we continue to support and collaborate with our teaching graduates.

Leeds Trinity's support continues at each stage of their journey after graduation from Early Career Teacher to Head Teacher.

Teaching alumni can use the links below to access resources and you can also read about many of our teaching graduates on our meet our alumni page.

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Ongoing support for ICE alumni

Stay up to date on conferences, events, and support from the myFuture team and your ICE lecturers.

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Advice from staff, alumni and specialists

Tap into videos, blogs and other specialist advice about teaching good practice, including looking after yourself.

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Further learning opportunities

We have a wide range of courses available at MA level, with tuition fee discounts available for our alumni.

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Leeds Triity Education Network.


The Leeds Trinity Education Network (LTEN) is a free network for schools, colleges, universities, and other groups.

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Supporting us

You can help through mentoring, a placement, planning a school visit, being a guest speaker or sharing your story.

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Useful links

Check out other key teaching resources and groups recommended by alumni and submit your ideas.

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Supporting the development of teachers in their early career through the Early Career Framework (ECF)

From September 2021, the government is funding an entitlement for all early career teachers in England to access high-quality professional development at the start of their career.

Leeds Trinity University is working as a Delivery Partner with lead training provider Capita for the Full Induction Programme of the Early Career Framework (ECF).

to provide Early Career Teachers (ECTs) and their Mentors a tailored programme of continuous professional development.

If you are a school or an individual interested in participating in the Capita ECF programme, please register for more information.

Schools and multi-academy trusts can choose the ECF provider who best meets their needs. If you would like a conversation about the support Leeds Trinity can offer as an independent, local delivery partner, please email: C.Bell@leedstrinity.ac.uk