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Primary Catholic Partnership SCITT

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About this provider

The Primary Catholic Partnership is based in Southampton and has nearly 20 years experience of providing high quality training to prospective teachers from all backgrounds.

Our training is delivered by qualified teachers and lecturers who know what is required to become a highly effective practitioner. We have a strong record of successful employment for trainees, with a number progressing to Senior Leadership positions in schools, including Headships.

We recognise that not everyone is the same and therefore provide tailor-made provision to enable our trainees to achieve becoming the best teacher they can be, with a desire for a long and successful career in the profession.

Our system of robust evaluation and analysis ensures quality outcomes.

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  • Getting new apprentices started (1)
  • Providing the right training at the right time (1)
  • Working with small numbers of apprentices (1)

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  • Communication with employers (1)
  • Reporting on progress of apprentices (1)

1 Apprenticeships offered

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Teacher Standard 6 Details

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