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Ninestiles ITT Consortium & BPTP is an accredited provider for School Centred Initial Teacher Training (SCITT) and is recognised by Ofsted and in The Good Teacher Training Guide as delivering strong provision.

Our mission

Ninestiles ITT Consortium & BPTP will be nationally recognised as a high achieving partnership, which is structured and resourced to train teachers to meet the needs of 21st century learners. Within a caring environment our trainees will develop and reinforce the values, skills, and attributes, which promote good citizens and lifelong learning in students. Our skilled Training Partnership will work together to ensure that high quality learning for both trainees and their students takes place. Outcomes will be outstanding.”

 

 

Welcome to Ninestiles ITT Consortium & BPTP. As an Accredited Centre for Initial Teacher Training we are responsible for the recruitment and appointment of trainees. The initial training year is the first step towards a lifelong career of professional development; Ninestiles ITT Consortium & BPTP are dedicated to provide ongoing development opportunities and training during the NQT year and RQT year … and beyond to secure individuals early career entry and their opportunities into leadership. With 100% of our trainees going into full time teaching posts upon qualification, everyone has a fantastic starting point.

Every aspect of the training programme focuses upon the progress of the pupils, and the progress of the trainees, to ensure that an environment for learning is established. Our Partner schools and School Based Trainers are committed to providing trainees with outstanding first-hand experience from a range of outstanding practitioners. In school, trainees will experience exciting, innovative and challenging opportunities, giving them the best quality range of developing practice. The initial training year is the first step towards a lifelong career of professional development; Ninestiles ITT Consortium & BPTP are dedicated to provide ongoing development opportunities and training during the NQT year and beyond to secure the early career entry and into leadership opportunities.

We offer all three school based routes into teaching; School Direct, School Direct Salaried and Provider-led. We deliver each of these in the same way to ensure that all of our Primary and Secondary trainees achieve QTS and at least 60 Level 7 credits towards an Educational Masters qualification. Our programme is school based; meaning that 4 days a week are spent in school, with the final day spent in training – majority of which is held at our Ninestiles Training Suite base at Ninestiles School (B27 7QG).

We are committed to ensure that all trainees are treated consistently and fairly. Through rigorous and effective selection, moderation and assessment, we aim to ensure that anyone who has dealings with the programme has the best possible experience and prospective to succeed to fulfil their potential. Equality of opportunity is the key principle of the work of the schools within the Consortium.  All staff and students are entitled to equality of opportunity, irrespective of race, colour, nationality, ethnic origin, sex, sexual orientation, marital or parental status, age, disability, political or religious belief or socio-economic background or ability.  This does not mean identical experiences for all.  Rather, it means that everyone is entitled to the approach that best suits them and their individual needs but that they will also be assured equal access to resources and are treated solely based on individual need for becoming a successful teacher.

 

Whether you are a recent graduate passionate about teaching, or have years of experience in industry to enthusiastically share with young learners, Ninestiles ITT Consortium & BPTP will have a route into teaching to suit you.