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The one year programme runs from September to July with 80% of trainee’s time in school developing those essential skills where it counts… in the classroom and 20% at central training held in a partnership school where trainees will receive theoretical sessions covering both specialist subject knowledge and professional themes.
The Special Educational Needs element of the programme is delivered through a minimum of 20 hours central training on SEN to all our trainees and then facilitates the deployment of this knowledge during school diversity placements when trainees will be able to experience, observe and participate in the teaching of children with SEN within a specialist environment. It enables trainees to develop a SEN specialism which will provide an excellent knowledge base for employment both in mainstream and special school environments.