Places currently available:
Places are offered in partnership with the Mid Somerset Consortium (based at Crispin School, Street) leading to QTS and PGCE accredited by The University of St Mark and St John, Plymouth. Our partner secondary schools include Heathfield Community School, Bishop Fox’s, Kingsmead School, Court Fields School, The Taunton Academy and Stanchester Academy. We also have strong links with Selworthy School, The Cedar Centre at Heathfield, The Taunton Partnership College and Richard Huish Sixth Form College – providing a real breadth of teaching contexts.You can use the codes above to search for the course you want on the UCAS website.
Click here to go direct to search for training programmes.
For each placement, evidence of some time spent observing or helping out in an English state secondary school (at least 10 days within the last 2 years) is desirable.
For further information go to the Mid Somerset Consortium website – How To Apply: http://www.mscitt.co.uk/Applying/
If you need more information, or for an informal chat, please contact the MSC:
Telephone: 01458 449418.
- GCSE in English and Mathematics (or overseas equivalent) at grade C or above
- A first degree from a United Kingdom higher education institution (or overseas equivalent), this must be at least a 2:2 classification, except in priority subjects where a 3rd class degree maybe accepted. At least 50% of its content should be directly related to your chosen teaching subject.
- Successful completion of the teachers’ skills tests
Please note that if your qualifications in English and or mathematics are anything other than GCSE, you should contact the MSC for advice. Many level 2 qualifications cannot be considered as equivalent as they do not cover the breadth of syllabus required.
What it costs
Mid Somerset Consortium – SCITT fee paying
For more information visit: http://www.mscitt.co.uk/Routes/SCITT-fee-paying/
Available bursaries and funding
Your eligibility for financial support, and the amount you can expect to receive, will depend on the subject in which you train and your degree classification, or highest relevant academic qualification. For more information visit: https://getintoteaching.education.gov.uk/funding-and-salary/overview
How to apply
Applications must be made via UCAS. The link below will take you directly to their website.
(This link will take you to the UCAS webportal for PGCE applicants).