What Happens After The Programme?
Once you complete your initial teacher training with Carmel Teacher Training Partnership, it does not mark the end of our support, guidance and professional development available to you throughout your teaching career.
CTTP alongside our partners, such as Tees Valley Teaching School Hub, are on hand to support you through each step of your career in education. Please see below a list of the services we can offer you once you complete you teacher training.
Working with Tees Valley Teaching School Hub delivering 'The Golden Thread'
St John Vianney’s Catholic Primary School, part of the BHCET family of Catholic schools, is one of only 87 schools across England designated as Teaching School Hubs by the DfE to deliver The Golden Thread of teacher development. The Hub supports ITT training, the mandatory Early Career Framework during the first 2 years of a new teachers career and then the National Professional Qualifications to support more experienced teachers in new roles and their leadership aspirations. The Hub also offers Appropriate Body Services, the statutory requirement to quality assure the induction provided by schools to their Early Career Teachers.
To find out more about the services offered by Tees Valley Teaching School hub click here
Early Career Framework
Tees Valley Teaching School Hub deliver the Early Career Framework on behalf of UCL. We are delighted to support Early Career Teachers as they embark on this wonderful profession. For more information, please click here.
Leadership Development; National Professional Qualifications (NPQ)
Tees Valley Teaching School Hub are delighted to offer the full suite of NPQ's with a range of partners to support teachers looking to further their careers. For more information, please click here.
National Leaders of Education (NLEs)
CTTP are partnered with National Leaders of Education (NLEs), who are outstanding executive leaders in schools who, together with the staff in their schools (Designated National Support Schools), use their skills and experience to support schools in challenging circumstances. For more information, please click here.
Archimedes NE Maths Hub
The Archimedes NE Maths Hub is a collaborative network of schools and teachers, designing, facilitating, and evaluating programmes to support teachers in their mathematics professional development so as to achieve positive experiences for pupils in the maths classroom and thus better outcomes. For more information, please click here.
St. Michaels English Hub
St. Michael’s English Hub is one of only 32 schools across England appointed by the DfE to take a leading role in supporting schools to improve the teaching of early language, reading and phonics. The school places a high profile on early reading through a strong commitment to systematic, synthetic phonics. For more information, please click here.
Science Learning Partnership
The Durham and Tees Valley SLP combines local expertise in teaching and learning in science, facilitating CPD, and providing school-to-school support. Led by schools and colleges with cutting-edge expertise in science themselves who collaborate closely with local partners. For more information, please click here.
NCCE Computing Hub
The National Centre for Computing Education (NCCE) is a collaboration between STEM Learning, BCS and Raspberry Pi. These three organisations bring together their collective experience to deliver the best computing CPD experiences possible. The Tees Valley and Richmondshire Computing Hub, based at Carmel College, Darlington, provides a local face to a national venture across the Tees Valley and Richmondshire. For more information, please click here.
CTTP is delighted to work alongside the EEF Research School Network and have strong ties to Newcastle Research School. To find out about upcoming events, request support, or how to get involved with the work please click here to find out more