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Warwickshire Early Years Hub (WEYH) School Centred Initial Teacher Training (SCITT) open morning

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Warwickshire Early Years Hub (WEYH) School Centred Initial Teacher Training (SCITT) open morning
Warwickshire Early Years Hub (WEYH) School Centred Initial Teacher Training (SCITT) open morning

Time & Location

28 Apr 2023, 09:30 – 11:30

Kenilworth, 51 Bertie Rd, Kenilworth CV8 1JP, UK

About the Event

Please join us at our Warwickshire Early Years Hub (WEYH) School Centred Initial Teacher Training (SCITT) open morning, to find out more about our one-year, full-time Primary PGCE with Early Years specialism.

We are holding a drop-in event to offer an opportunity to look around a Maintained Nursery School and ask any questions about the training year and achieving Qualified Teacher Status (QTS).

The WEYH Coordinator will be on hand to answer any questions about the programme, application process, taught content and placements.

You can just turn up or if you have any queries and would like to register your interest beforehand, please contact the WEYH Coordinator Michelle Hutton on Hutton.m2@welearn365.com.

Date:             27/04/2023

Time:             9.30-11.30am

Location:          Kenilworth Nursery School

Address:          Bertie Road, Kenilworth, CV8 1JP

If you are unable to attend, the links below will provide you with some useful information.  Please do have a read through and if you have any questions, you can contact the WEYH Coordinator using the contact details shown above.

Warwickshire Early Years Hub- https://warwickshireeyh.co.uk/itt/

CREC- https://www.earlyprimaryteachertraining.co.uk

For detailed information on the WEYH programme please see course entry on the official Government Find Teacher Training website:

https://www.find-postgraduate-teacher-training.service.gov.uk/course/2KO/3B3B

Primary (3B3B) with Warwickshire Early Years Hub - Find postgraduate teacher training - GOV.UK

This course will give you the skills to teach children during   their most important phases of development. You will access a one year,   full-time, Early Years, school based route to qualification as an Early Years   or Primary Teacher with Qualified Teacher Status (QTS) and a specialist focus   on 2-7 years (including the DfE designated age phase of Foundation Stage   (3-5yrs), and KS1 (5-7yrs).

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