|Following the Ofsted inspection in February 2011, the Bristol PGCE was awarded 'Outstanding Provider Status'|
*Representatives from the University of Bristol will be taking part in the Train to Teach event in Bristol on 24th January 2015. Further details can be found on the Train to Teach Roadshow webpages*
The Graduate School of Education works in partnership with local schools, colleges and academies to deliver three teacher training routes:
The Bristol ITE Model
All ITE partnerships with the University of Bristol aim to prepare student teachers to become inspiring and outstanding subject practitioners in a wide range of state 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.
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:
We held our first open day for the ITE offerings at the Graduate School of Education on 8 November 2014.
If you would like to find out more about visiting us before or during submitting your application, please contact us.