- About Us
- How to Apply
We are looking for applicants who are suited to the teaching profession both academically and personally.
We value applications from all candidates irrespective
of race, colour, nationality, national or ethnic origins, gender, marital status, sexual orientation, disability or religious beliefs. All candidates must be physically and mentally fit to teach children and not legally debarred from so doing. To apply for our programme you will need to meet the following selection criteria:-
Any further qualifications and or experience should be used to exemplify what you can bring to the teaching profession.
All applicants will be expected to be competent in fundamental English and maths proficiencies prior to the award of QTS (Qualified Teacher Status).
It is the responsibility of the trainee to secure these fundamental skills and assurance of them is the responsibility of the ITT provider.
In order to become a qualified teacher in the UK, you must meet certain academic criteria set by the UK Government.
A Statement of Comparability from UK NARIC will provide you with the information you need to establish whether or not you meet the academic criteria.
Any equivalent qualifications will need to have been NARIC checked prior to application. Please note that there is a fee for this service.
The staff and Governors of the Basingstoke Alliance SCITT together with the lead school Dove House School Academy Trust ensure that equality of opportunity is available to all members of the BASCITT and school community. This means not simply treating everybody the same but; understanding and tackling the difference barriers which could lead to unequal outcomes for different groups of pupils in school; celebrating and valuing the equal opportunity achievements.
You will need to provide two references supporting your application to work with young people at the time of application including the headteacher if you are currently working in school.
The BASCITT operates safer recruitment practices for individuals who train on the programme and work regularly with children.
All successful candidates will be subject to Disclosure and Barring Service checks.