St Polycarp’s Educational Partnership hosts a number of events throughout the academic year for anyone who is interested in training to become a teacher.
Drop-in information coffee morning - Friday 23rd February 8.30am-10am
St Polycarp's School Waverley Lane, GU9 8BQ
We're hosting a coffee morning where you can chat with us about the different routes into teaching, and ask us any questions you may have about why our courses are right for you. Not need to sign up, just turn up!
Get into Teaching event - hosted by i2i - Saturday 24th February 09:30-11:30
Weydon School, Weydon Lane Farnham GU9 8UG
If you are considering a career in Teaching then please do join us at Weydon School for a 'Get into Teaching' event for people considering training to be a teacher.
This drop-in event will be supported by the area's most successful teacher training providers including the i2i Teaching Partnership SCITT, representing Secondary training across Surrey, Hampshire and Berkshire and St Polycarp's Educational Partnership, representing Primary training in Surrey & Hampshire.
Teachers and teacher training experts will be on hand to answer questions about
- routes into teaching,
- gaining school experience,
- the application and interview process
- the bursaries that are available.
The event will be held in the i2i SCITT's Training and Conference room at Weydon School and will be showcasing its own teacher training programme which includes the vast majority of subjects across the secondary curriculum. For those thinking about training to teach across Surrey, West London, Hampshire and Berkshire through the school-led approach, this will be a 'must attend' event.
Open to all members of the public in other careers, university students, graduates who have not yet settled on a career and to those already working in schools. (Please note that in order to train to teach you need to hold a Degree.)
The i2i SCITT is committed to safeguarding and promoting the welfare of children and young people and expects all staff and volunteers to share this commitment.
To sign up, click HERE
Get School Experience - we run regular morning sessions, where you can visit our school, experience 2 short sessions with different year groups and have a short information talk. All of our sessions can be seen on the DfE Get School Experience site.
Regular online events
Every few weeks, we run online events, to highlight our course and answer any questions you may have about our course and the different routes into teaching. Sign up is via Eventbrite.