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Why not train to teach with TKAT?

TKAT (The Kemnal Academies Trust) is one of the largest Multi-Academy Trusts in the South of England with over 40 Primary and Secondary Academies in the TKAT Family.

TKAT teacher training offers a unique training programme.  Every training session is delivered by a highly skilled, experienced and enthusiastic teacher.

Our training is relevant and responsive to current developments in education and provides a hands-on approach to classroom practice. We believe the best teachers are trained by outstanding practitioners.

In 2014 Ofsted judged the TKAT SCITT to be ‘good’ in all categories.

‘A very coherent training programme which ensures that trainees carry through the lessons learned from central training and assignment work into their teaching.’  ITT Secondary Phase Ofsted 2014

Applying for our programme

We are seeking well-qualified graduates who have a passion for learning and a commitment to helping pupils be the best that they can be.

You should hold a UK degree of at least 2:2 class and GCSE English and Maths at C (min) or equivalent.  Primary trainees should also have at least C grade in GCSE Science.  For Secondary trainees, we expect that your degree studies will be in the subject area you wish to teach.

All applications are processed by UCAS and applications. To apply please visit the UCAS website, they will ask for the Provider and Course Code which are available via our Course Administrator.

Contact us

If you would like to find out more about becoming a TKAT trainee teacher please contact:

Course Administrator Jo Fogg
Telephone: 020 3740 1808

What our trainees say...

‘A supportive learning experience. I have made so many friends and we help each other, while the tutors are always available if needed’.

‘Group discussion aplenty; a great, fun way to reflect and learn’.

‘There’s always someone to help when you need them’.

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