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Teaching London SCITT

Teaching London SCITT and the LDBS partnership have been training outstanding teachers for over 16 years. Our expert teacher trainers understand how to achieve the best outcomes for children and new teachers.

About Us

What we do

Our blend of individualised training, mentoring, coaching and classroom teaching is targeted to ensure you can make a difference to pupils’ learning from day one and hit the ground running as an NQT the following September!


Where we train

Much of our teacher training takes place in innovative and transforming primary and secondary schools in London and the South East. Centre-based training takes place at our ITT Teaching Training Centre in the heart of London.


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Teaching London SCITT offers teacher training in Early Years, Primary or Secondary


Why train to be a teacher with Teaching London SCITT?

Our Team

Teaching London SCITT offers training from a combination of high quality teachers and leading lecturers from across the country. All of our SCITT tutors are experts in their field, keen to share best classroom practice and helping you to become the best teacher you can be. Highly trained mentors and link tutors offer you the best possible support throughout the year so that you always have someone to turn to for advice or to share your successes with.

Our Courses

Teaching London SCITT offers the following training programmes:

CORE, PGCE Primary and Early Years
(part time and full time)
School Direct Primary (Salaried and Tuition Fee)
School Direct Secondary (Salaried and Tuition Fee)
Assessment Only Route (for experienced unqualified teachers)
Preparation for teaching  (for Graduate Teaching Assistants)
Assessment for Learning
NQT training

Our Success

100% of our teacher training graduates get jobs after they have finished their training, the majority in our SCITT partner schools. Headteachers know that our new teachers will have had the very best training and will be able to join their schools confident and enthusiastic about teaching the children in their care. And we don’t just stop there as our support continues throughout your NQT year.

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“I completed my PGCE year as a confident trainee, equipped with the necessary tools for my first year in teaching.”
“Tutors are always approachable and have a passion for supporting their students to achieve their full potential”
“The organisation of lectures and student placements is fantastic!”
“I felt reassured by the staff’s warm and supportive approach”
“The lecturers are experts, passionate about their fields and highly personable”
Teaching London SCITT School Direct teacher training

School Direct SCITT

We offer both primary and secondary, salaried and unsalaried routes.  Apply directly via UCAS to a Lead School of your choice in the Teaching London SCITT Partnership. You will be at this school, or another in their partnership, for most of the year but will still have the second placement at another school that all our trainees benefit from

Teaching London SCITT Early Years teacher training

Core PGCE: Early Years and General Primary

You will spend the majority of your time teaching in school and training on the job but will have at least 30 days of centre-based training. We will arrange for you to undertake three separate school experiences, going to your first placement school in the Autumn term, a second in the Spring term and returning to the first school for your final Summer term placement.

SCITT Teacher Training at Teaching London

Asessment Only

Completed in 12 weeks or less, the Assessment Only route is specifically designed to be straightforward and supportive to enable busy teachers to achieve QTS without further training. Apply direct to Teaching London if you are an unqualified teacher with two years’ experience in Early Years, Primary, Secondary or FE.

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Interested in finding out more about Teaching London SCITT?

We are always happy to discuss any aspect of our teacher training in London.