Initial Teacher Education (ITE) Programmes

Following the Ofsted inspection in February 2011, the Bristol PGCE was awarded 'Outstanding Provider Status'

Open Evening

Come to our ITE open evening on Thursday 15 October 2015. You’ll have the opportunity to meet tutors and alumni, get subject specific information and take a tour of the facilities.

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Welcome to the ITE Programmes at the University of Bristol

The Graduate School of Education works in partnership with local schools, colleges and academies to deliver three teacher training routes. These all lead to the award of a Postgraduate Certificate in Education (PGCE) and Qualified Teacher Status (QTS).

Interviews

Our final date for interviews for 2015 entry will be Friday 4th September. Skills Tests and any other conditions must have been met by this date.

The Bristol ITE Model

Key Aims

All ITE partnerships with the University of Bristol aim to develop teachers to become inspiring and outstanding subject practitioners in a wide range of schools and to prepare them for leadership roles in the future.

Our partnerships, which integrate training and education in school and university are committed to contributing to ongoing school improvement and to raising pupil attainment.

Key Principles

In order to achieve our aims, the work of our partnerships is based around supporting the development of critically reflective practitioners. Our perspective on learning is that the education of teachers has three clearly identifiable phases: induction, assimilation and extension. To support this overarching framework, we have clear partnership values which underpin our work: