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Xavier Teach Southeast

Meeting your needs

Meeting your needs

Part of our commitment to our trainees is ensuring that at every step of the way, from interview to completion of the course, we meet the individual needs of our trainees. This can, but is not limited to, the following adjustments.

 All programmes can be adapted to be completed on a part-time basis. Although this is adjusted to meet the needs of individual involvesd, generally part-time programmes run on 3-days a week, over the course of 2 years. All part-time courses lead to the same qualifications as the full-time programmes.

We understand that finding the right placement school is fundamental to a trainee feeling settled and progressing through the course. Where there are existing relationships between a candidate and a school, and a desire on both sides to continue to work together, we try to honour this within our placement choices. We pride ourselves on knowing our schools and departments/key stages within them, as well as identifying the needs of incoming teachers. Placements are discussed at interview so that each candidate’s thoughts can be fully considered.



As a training provider we are commitment to providing equal opportunities for all that wish to enter a career in teaching. We seek to provide placements and inclusive training environments for all. We will take the time to understand your needs at interview so that you will be able to access our provision to its fullest. 



Inclusion is a key feature and strength of our programme; we celebrate diversity and believe it is important for students in every school to have access to teachers and leaders from all backgrounds. We launched our first Diversity, Equity and Inclusion trainee group in 2022 to ensure the continual development of Teach SouthEast's provision for and training on DEI.