Courses on Offer for 2019-20
Train to teach with the Pimlico-London SCITT
We offer year-long primary and secondary training programmes for academics of all kinds to join the profession and raise the standard of teaching across the country. We welcome researchers completing their doctorates in education, unqualified teachers from the independent and public sector, career changers and recent graduates from the very best universities to join together to learn the knowledge and skills required to excel in the classroom.
Our ITT professional training programme has been designed to allow trainees the opportunity to take responsibility for a small number of their own classes from the start of the academic year, whilst receiving high-quality mentoring and training. As the year progresses, you will be given the opportunity to increase the number of classes you are responsible for. You will undergo a bespoke programme to meet your own individual needs.
All applications for our programmes should be submitted through UCAS, except if you are applying for our Assessment Only Route. Please see the details of that route here.
We have two provider codes: P58 and 1ZC.
Unsalaried routes available through the Pimlico-London SCITT.
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*Social Sciences is a 14-19 course, which means you will only be teaching from Key Stage 4 upwards.
All our other Secondary courses are 11-19, which means you will have to teach students from Key stage 3 up to Key stage 5.
All these routes lead to Qualified Teacher Status, and in addition, the PGCE, which is awarded by the Institute of Education at UCL.
Find out more about the generous government bursaries available across many secondary subjects:
Work in one of our Future Academies Primary schools to gain QTS and PGCE.
This is open to all graduates with a 2:1 or above in any discipline.
Work in one of our Future Academies Primary schools to get QTS with PGCE. With this course, you will get a bursary of £6,000 paid in 10 monthly instalments.
The majority of your placement will involve teaching Maths, however you will also teach other subjects.
Applicants are required to have at least a grade B or above in A Level Maths, and a degree of 2:1 or above in any discipline.
Get paid while you train to teach. There are the following requirements for this course:
1. Experience in a school, usually as a Teaching Assistant or Learning Support Assistant
2. A school that can employ you as a Teaching Apprentice, and where you will do your main placement throughout the course.
3, Have a degree of 2:2 or above in any discipline, and a grade C or above in GCSE English, Maths and Science.
For more details, please email email@example.com before applying.