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Have you experience of, or are interested in, working with children and young people?
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School Direct is a Government initiative, providing school-led teacher training.
Our School Direct – Initial Teacher Training programme is devised and run by the Forest Way Teaching School Alliance, (FWTSA) and 3 local Universities. It places trainee teachers in the classroom from day 1 working alongside experienced teachers to learn the skills of teaching “on the job”. This real teaching experience is supported by training held at both the University and the Teaching School Alliance. FWTSA works in collaboration with the University of Derby, the University of Leicester and Loughborough University.
The FWTSA programme has been running successfully for 3 years and has seen fantastic results along the way with all of it's trainees securing teaching jobs after completion of their PGCE training year.
The FWTSA Secondary programme combines the wealth of experience and skills from it's six local secondary schools, the majority of which have achieved Outstanding and Good Ofsted rating, to bring you a programme which incorporates hands on work at schools, regular time at university and practical locally based training by skilled and experienced practitioners.
The following subjects are available in conjunction with the University of Derby (Number of vacancies)
The following subjects are available in conjunction with the University of Leicester
School Building News Update
During the last few weeks during our enforced school closure, we have been working behind the scenes to not only complete existing projects with restriction guidelines, but prepare for our next developments for Ivanhoe College. We are delighted to be able to share the following update: ROOF ...
National Lockdown Writing Competition
TIME FOR GENERATION LOCKDOWN TO WRITE This is your opportunity to write about your experience. Until midn...
Proud to support keyworkers
At Ivanhoe we are proud to be open and looking after the children of keyworkers, as well as being keyworkers o...
Toilet Paper Challenge Video
The P.E. Department took on the toilet paper pass challenge. We hope it gives you a smile. ...
Home Learning - Reading Help / Lists for Year 7, 8 & 9
Reading Help & Home Reading Lists Reading Help Dear Parents and Carers, Here are some good places...
Please note hyperlinks below are not clickable due to the nature of the presentation, but all are easy to...
Updates during school closures
Here we have some additional updates from our senior leaders during the school closures. 23/03/20 To ...
Ivanhoe Way Poem
Science teacher Miss Gee has written this poem about the school closures. We're sure you will agree that we have amazing staff who are dedicated to the learning of our young people during this difficult time. ...
Stephenson College Careers Trip
On Friday the 28th February, 11 Year 9 students from Ivanhoe, along with another 50 from local schools, were i...
SMART Watches not allowed at Ivanhoe
We politely remind parents and students that we do not allow SMART watches in school, with the exception of activity only trackers (such as fitbits which do not receive messages or notifications. ) Whilst we appreciate that technology advances are often embraced by young people there are a number o...
Nut Aware School
Ivanhoe College is a food allergy aware school. This letter is to inform you that there are a considerable number of students at our school who have severe food allergies. The most common of these allergens are peanuts, tree nuts, eggs, fish and shellfish, soy and wheat. The most serious risk in our...
Balancing Screen Time for KS3 Students
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