School Direct

You can find out about the primary and Early Years unsalaried courses SSELP SD offer, qualifications required and further details about the application process and recruitment process by visiting one of these events:

Get into Teaching - Train to Teach online Events:

  • Virtual Train to Teach Manchester event 26 November  2020 16:30 - 19.30

Simply go to the Get into Teaching website and book onto this event. 

 

SSELP SD Teacher Training Online Information Events

SSELP SD are hosting informal online events on:

  • SSELP SD Train to Teach:  Tuesday 24th November   12:00 – 13:00
  • SSELP SD Train to Teach:  Thursday 3rd December   16:00 – 18:00
  • SSELP SD Train to Teach:  Tuesday 8th December     12:00 – 14:00
  • SSELP SD Train to Teach:  Monday 14th December   16:00 – 18:00
  • SSELP SD Train to Teach: Tuesday 5th January 2021      16:00 - 18:00
  • SSELP SD Train to Teach: Thursday 14th January 2021   12:00 - 14:00
  • SSELP SD Train to Teach: Thursday 21st January 2021   16:00 - 18:00
  • SSELP SD Train to Teach: Tuesday 26th  January 2021    12:00 - 14:00

To attend a SSELP SD Train to Teach on line event simply contact Fiona Heath at:                           sselpsdlead@gmail.com

 

Teach Yorkshire Recruitment Events:

  • Thursday 19th November 2020  4 pm - 6 pm

To attend the event on Thursday 19th November 2020 visit:

https://www.eventbrite.co.uk/e/teach-yorkshire-teacher-training-event-tickets-124675288143

  • Tuesday 8th December 2020      4:30pm - 6:30pm
  • Monday 18th January 2021        5pm -7pm

 

 If you would like more information about the SSELP SD Teacher Training courses please email Fiona Heath on sselpsdlead@gmail.com and she will be happy to answer all your questions. 

SSELP SD is able to arrange school experience days for you. Simply contact Fiona Heath at sselpsdlead@gmail.com

SSELP SD is accepting applications via UCAS  from 13th October 2020

Interviews will take place on line via zoom.

Candidates will be asked to submit copies of their ID and qualifications prior to attending the online interview.  Candidates will be asked to plan a speaking and listening activity and then discuss this activity during the interview. Again, candidates will be asked to submit the planning and a copy of the text before the interview.

All interviews will be arranged to suit candidates and will last no longer than 1 hour.

 

INFORMATION ABOUT SSELP SCHOOL DIRECT

Sheffield South East Learning Partnership (SSELP) School Direct is a collaboration of 18 schools situated in South East Sheffield, in partnership with Sheffield Hallam University. The lead school, Tinsley Meadows Primary Academy, is part of Five Rivers TSA.

SSELP SD aims to provide outstanding ITT training leading to long term career prospects within one of our schools. The schools work collaboratively to enhance ITT provision and to provide outstanding training and career opportunities. Our commitment to developing our teachers of the future ensures that our training is of an exceptionally high standard. Over the past six years a hundred percent of our students have passed.  A significant number of our graduates are now making a difference to our children every day.

SSELP Schools are proud to represent a close geographical catchment of schools which provides a wide variety of contexts including Special schools; a breadth of special education needs and disabilities; schools with a significant  high percentage of EAL and multicultural diversity; faith schools; a mixed social demographic; all phases of education from nursery to post 16.

Many SSELP schools are recognised as centres of excellent practice, offering school to school support and leading on school improvement projects across Sheffield and beyond. Practice within our schools is firmly embedded in action research which informs and drives the continual professional development of our teams.

WHY APPLY TO SSELP SCHOOL DIRECT?

Proven track record in ITT training –now in our 7th year. A 100% of our students have passed the course.
Close geographic catchment of Sheffield based schools means that you will never have far to travel to one of our schools or to Sheffield Hallam University. Prior to being allocated to a school, we will discuss your placement needs to ensure the school meets your requirements and to ensure that traveling times to your school are kept to a minimum.
We can arrange school based experience for you in one of our schools, prior to making your application or starting your training.
You have the opportunity to meet your mentors and school prior to starting the course.
The majority of the course is school based and you start your course in school so that you meet the pupils on the first day of the school term. This means that you will become part of the school team from day 1.
SSELP SD provides a skilled and highly trained team of mentors to support your training needs.
Your training programme will be bespoke to your training needs.
You will receive high quality academic input provided by Sheffield Hallam University enhanced by school based specialists.
Emphasis on evidence based practice drawing on the best pedagogical research.
SSELP has well-established networks that enable the sharing of good practice across schools, so that you will have access to a wide range of experiences and expertise
Experience gained during SSELP training will ensure that you are well equipped to teach in any school

Teaching in a SSELP school will enable you to make a huge difference to the life chances of the children you teach.

We are extremely happy to show you around our schools and to provide you with school based work experience.

 

Contacts:

Fiona Heath - School Direct Lead - sselpsdlead@gmail.com 

 

Anna Ainsley - Deputy School Direct Lead - annaainsley@princeedward.sheffield.sch.uk

 

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Lead school: Tinsley Meadows Primary Academy. Five Rivers Teaching School Alliance   

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