Our Secondary programme is designed to equip trainees with the understanding of teaching and learning processes. Your training will be led by creative and dynamic current teachers, working across our partnership.
Secondary trainees draw upon deep and comprehensive subject knowledge from expert subject tutors. The programme fosters trainees’ own ambition and drive and is made bespoke to individual’s needs.
Thorough grounding in both subject knowledge alongside the key teaching principles gives trainees confidence to plan effectively and adapt their teaching for all pupils, including those who have special educational needs and/or disabilities and those who speak English as an additional language.
We are proud to offer the following subjects at 11-16, with post-sixteen enhancement:
Modern Foreign Languages (MFL
|Design Technology (DT)||
Physical Education (PE)
Religious Education (RE)
Our 14-19 courses are:
In all the above subjects, trainees get the experience of teaching across two key stages over the training year and benefit from two contrasting school placements.
Throughout your training year you will be exposed to many opportunities and experiences, and although you will primarily be based in your Home School, there will be plenty of times when you will network with trainees/apprentices across our partnership and beyond. You will have the opportunity to work together on professional studies and subject days, as well as sharing experiences at key moments throughout the year with wider colleagues such as during enhancement experience days, for example, primary school visits.
School-based training aims to develop professional, reflective and effective teachers by encouraging qualities such as creativity, commitment, enthusiasm and intellectual liveliness. We know that the journey may at times feel demanding, but we hope that you enjoy the experience, leaving well-prepared for the challenging but highly rewarding job of providing the best education possible for the young people that we teach.
Our Secondary Schools
- St John the Baptist School, Woking, Surrey
- Salesian School, Chertsey, Surrey
- Bulmershe School, Reading, Berkshire
- Chertsey High School, Chertsey, Surrey
- Epsom and Ewell High School, Epsom, Surrey
- Fullbrook School, Addlestone, Surrey
- Hoe Valley School, Woking, Surrey
- Gordon's School, Woking, Surrey
- Jubilee High School, Addlestone, Surrey
- Magna Carta, Staines, Surrey
- Matthew Arnold School, Staines, Surrey
- Richard Challoner School, New Malden, Greater London
- St Andrew's Catholic School, Leatherhead, Surrey
- St Joseph's Catholic High School, Slough, Berkshire
- St Paul's Catholic College, Sunbury, Surrey
- St Paul's Catholic School, Burgess Hill, West Sussex
- St Peter's Catholic School, Guildford, Surrey
- Kings College Guildford, Surrey
- Kings International College, Camberley, Surrey
- Orminston Six Villages Academy, Chichester, West Sussex
- The Piggott School, Reading, Berkshire
- Three Rivers Academy, Walton-on-Thames, Surrey
- All Saints Catholic College, London
- Bourne Community College, Southbourne, Hampshire
- Downlands Community School, Keymer, West Sussex
- Esher C of E High School, Esher, Surrey
- Felpham Community College, Bognor Regis, West Sussex
- Sackville School, East Grinstead, West Sussex
- St Charles Catholic Sixth Form College (London)
- St John Bosco College, London
- St Phillip Howard Catholic School, Chichester, West Sussex
- Teddington School, Teddington, Surrey
- The Langley Academy, Langley, Berkshire
- Yateley School, Yateley, Hampshire