Information events

and experience days

Information events

Join Hull SCITT for one of our Information Events and take the first step towards a career in teaching.

Our Information Events are a way for you to find out about the Hull SCITT programmes and for you to find out exactly what we’re looking for in a trainee.

Wednesday 16th October
University of Hull – 4 pm – 6.30 pm

Thursday 17th October
The Dorchester Suite – 10 am – 4pm

Tuesday 22nd October
Eastfield Primary School – 2 pm – 4pm

Tuesday 3rd December
Collingwood Primary School – 2 pm – 4pm

Can’t make these dates? Telephone Appointments available on request! Just email us with a preferred date & time and we will call you!

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We’ll give you a call to discuss the best driving course for you:

A chance to ask any questions

You will have the opportunity to ask for advice or ask any questions you have about the application process or training.

These events form an important part of the application process and will help you gain a better understanding of what is required, giving you a better chance when submitting your application.

What to expect

Those who have attended our Information Days in the past have found the application process much easier, as you know what to expect and you know what we expect from you.

If you would like to attend any of our information sessions please email nhawxwell@hcat.org.uk

Hull SCITT Experience Days

Our partnership schools are keen to invest in the next generation of teachers and are offering School Experience Days throughout the school year.

You will spend a day within our partnership school and get a real taste of what the Hull SCITT programme can offer you. This could lead to further opportunities within the partnership.

For further details click here

Testimonials

Here’s what Trainees say about Hull SCITT :

I appreciated how the course prepared me for teacher life.

The course has high standards; therefore, it applies pressure and challenge to ensure you are aware of the demands in teaching.

Ashleigh

Hull SCITT gave me the opportunity to take part in an intensive and hands-on programme.

This approach, I feel, has better prepared me for the real life day-to-day workings of a classroom and wider school.

Rachel

The most important thing I have learnt is that you shouldn’t expect too much of yourself straight away.

You cannot be perfect in everything you do and you are learning throughout your whole career. Also, progress of the children is everything!

James

The SCITT programme has been the making of me. I have learned to build resilience through the many observations I had.

I learned to say when I need help and to be realistic about my expectations. I would do it all again in a heartbeat. I absolutely love my job!

Claire

I appreciated how the course prepared me for teacher life.

The course has high standards; therefore, it applies pressure and challenge to ensure you are aware of the demands in teaching.

Ashleigh

For me, a career in teaching was something I knew I wanted to pursue from a young age.

Giving something back to the community I grew up in myself has always been at the forefront of my mind. Plus, young people are pretty cool!

Jess

Hull SCITT undoubtedly prepared me for my NQT year. It gave me extremely solid foundations to build on.

The experience of teaching almost full time by the end of the year meant that it wasn’t a shock to me during my NQT year.

James