KING EDWARD’S CONSORTIUM RATED No. 1 SCHOOL-CENTRED INITIAL TEACHER TRAINING PROVIDER
The King Edward’s Consortium, Birmingham, has been rated no.1 of all School-Centred Initial Teacher Training providers in the country in The Good Teacher Training Guide 2017, published this week.
The King Edward’s Consortium is also praised for being a ‘stand out performer’ in this and previous Good Teacher Training Guides.
Louise Leigh, Director of Initial Teacher Training at the King Edward’s Consortium, said, “We are delighted that the quality of our training has once again been recognised nationally. To be a top provider of initial teacher training over a number of years is a significant achievement. Every child deserves excellent teachers; subject specialists with a clear commitment to changing the lives of young people. Likewise, individuals entering the teaching profession deserve the best possible start to what we hope will be a long and rewarding career. Our strong partnership of 20 schools has been training secondary school teachers since 2004. The hard work of our schools and the achievements of our current and former trainees are reflected in The Good Teacher Training Guide, 2017.”
For more information visit www.teachkec.org.uk or call 0121 441 6680.