The 2Schools Consortium consists of a lead school, Oakthorpe Primary School, Enfield, and a number of partnership schools where trainees are placed.

Oakthorpe has been successfully involved in teacher training since 2002 and has a wealth of experience in mentoring trainees and in delivering training.

PGCE award with QTS

All trainees on the 2Schools Consortium School Direct Salaried and SCITT Programme are expected to attend the training sessions and attempt to fulfil the expectations and requirements of the PGCE (Primary Education) award, which will be validated by the University of East London.

In completing the programme, successful submission of the two level 7 modules will lead to the award of Postgraduate Certificate of Education, carrying 60 level 7 credits.


Further information about our SCITT programme will be available soon.

CONTACT DETAILS

Oakthorpe Primary School

Ms I. Mora - Programme Leader

Tile Kiln Lane,
Palmers Green,
London,
N13 6BY

Tel: 020 8807 6906
Fax: 020 8807 3302

e-mail:
training@oakthorpe.enfield.sch.uk

The 2Schools Consortium has accredited status, which enables us to provide Initial Teacher Training via the School Direct (salaried) and SCITT Programme. We award QTS (Qualified Teacher Status).

Applying for September 2016:

UCAS TT, THE PORTAL FOR SUBMITTING APPLICATIONS IS OPEN FOR APPLICATIONS.

Watch a video about the different routes into teaching!

You can visit Oakthorpe Primary -where the majority of our SCITT trainees are placed- any time between now and Thursday 17th December 2015. Just email or call to book a day with us. Come and meet our trainees and teachers and find out how you can make a difference through teaching.

If you are considering applying for a place with us to start training in September 2016 please:

1. Ensure you have all the required documentation to evidence your qualifications (see our entry requiement pages). If you do not have your GCSE  maths, english and science certificates and degree certificate please obtain certified copies as these will be required at interview.

2. Start preparing for the maths and literacy skills tests. Book and take the tests as soon as you are able to apply through UCAS TT.