Sutton Grammar School
Staff Vacancies & Sutton SCITT
Sutton Grammar School invites talented candidates to bring their skills to their vibrant academic community. See the staff roles now available and how to apply via our TES listings by clicking the button below.
Want to Train as a Teacher with Sutton SCITT?
Sutton Grammar School are a part of the Sutton School’s Teaching Alliance and are active participants in the training of new teachers through Sutton SCITT led by Glenthorne High School.
This is a one year, in school training programme leading to Qualified Teacher Status with PGCE accrediation through the Institute of Education.
Teaching is a rewarding career; exciting, varied with many opportunities for professional development, and one in which you really do make a difference to children’s’ lives.
Why train with Sutton SCITT
In 2021 Sutton SCITT was judged as ‘outstanding’ for a second time by Ofsted. We are a partnership of schools in our local area who work collaboratively to design the programme and provide a high-quality training experience delivered by expert practising teachers. We deliver a programme for primary trainees and a wide range of subjects are offered in our secondary programme.
We have a track record in supporting our trainees to succeed through what is a rigorous and sometimes challenging year of training. As a small provider, we pride ourselves on the individual and personalised support we give all our trainees in order to ensure they succeed.
Your Training Programme – ‘School led, school based, school focused’
The programme is entirely school based blending research, theory and practice through classroom observation and practice, taught subject and professional studies sessions leading to Qualified Teacher Status, QTS. In addition, you will complete written assignments with our partner HEI, the University of Roehampton which will enable you to achieve a Postgraduate Certificate in Education, PGCE (worth 60 credits towards a master’s degree). All trainees receive support from a dedicated mentor as well as Subject Hub and Professional Studies Tutors.
Your Career Opportunities
Our graduating trainees, highly trained and ready to enter the profession often take up teaching posts in our schools and previous trainees now hold promoted posts and have gone on to mentor trainees for the SCITT.
SCITT Contact: Rachel Fagan, SCITT Manager