Local ITT Providers
Colchester Teacher Training Consortium (CTTC) partnership was established 18 years ago and includes over 60 schools and colleges.
Annually CTTC trains around 100 primary and secondary teachers. It has bases at Colchester County High School for Girls in Colchester, Stoke High School and Halifax Primary School in Ipswich.
With over 25 years of experience, North East Teacher Training (NET) is one of the most prestigious school centered initial teacher training establishments in the country. NETT work with over 40 primary schools across North East Essex and South Suffolk: these include community schools, church schools, academies, special schools, rural and urban schools.
Suffolk Norfolk Teacher Training (SNITT) are one of the largest school centered initial teacher training programmes in the country.
They train over 200 trainees each year across all of our programmes. They have been a SCITT for over 20 years and have a well-established reputation in schools, with a high employment rate for our trainees.
Established over 20 years ago Essex and Thames has successfully trained hundreds of teachers and works with 100+ primary and special schools in the region.
Programmes are designed and led by schools and draw on leading edge evidence and practice. Essex & Thames SCITT offer options in SEND, Behaviour, EYFS, PE, Maths and Leadership at no extra cost.
The OAKS (Ormiston and Keele SCITT) is an Initial Teacher Training provider based at Keele University in North Staffordshire.
They provide an innovative and intensive one year course during which trainees will complete both Teaching Standards, gaining QTS certification and obtain a Keele University PGCE academic award.
Teach First is an education charity working to build a fair education for all. They help talented people become great teachers with a mission to unlock the potential in all children, not just some.
Students will gain highly rated teaching and leadership qualifications with expert support. Teach First support their trainees as they discover their potential and help them to step up and lead change, in schools and beyond.