Pershore High School has extensive experience in ITT, having been a Training School for five years, and received an extremely positive Ofsted Inspection Report in September 2017. We provide a supportive environment in a dynamic and exciting fully comprehensive school for 12-18 year olds, giving opportunities to widen professional experience inside and outside the classroom. Trainees will be part of successful and high achieving departments, with a wealth of experience to draw from. Trainees will have a comprehensive Professional Programme of training to follow and be part of a large contingent of fellow trainees from other routes into teaching. Evaluation feedback from ITT trainees is always positive with 100% of trainees awarding the provision as good or better. This, alongside department support, will give you the best possible start to your new career.
A clear commitment and desire to do their best for young people;
An interest in the achievements of young people;
An open mind as to how their previous experiences can apply to the new context of a school;
A willingness to act upon the advice of those professional colleagues supporting them.
An understanding of the professional environment in which teachers work.
An individual who is organised and efficient, has excellent communication skills and a determination to embrace the school’s culture of high expectations and achievement.
How to apply:
To apply for the PGCE route through a University, you will need to complete an online application to the University itself through UCAS.
To apply for SCITT or School Direct training (the school based training routes) you will need to complete the online application to Prince Henry's and South Worcestershire SCITT through UCAS.
Please read the paragraph below for information about accessing the correct UCAS application pages.
All details of the subjects offered at Pershore High School, Prince Henry’s and other partner schools as well as the codes needed for your UCAS application can be found on the Prince Henry’s SCITT website. Whilst this route is non-salaried there are various means to secure funding to support you. We suggest you visit the DfE funding section of their website for information on accessing bursaries, grants and student loans: