of our UK undergraduate students are in employment or further study within six months of completing their studies
(according to the 2015/16 DLHE survey)
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The School of Teacher Education and Development has achieved success in a two-stage Ofsted inspection of its Teach First programmes in London and the South-East.
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We provide programmes of initial and continuing teacher education with an enviable reputation for quality, innovation and excellence.
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We work with over 1000 different schools, colleges and nurseries, as well as a range of universities and third sector organisations.
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All staff working in the School are actively engaged in research and can provide expertise in a wide range of aspects of teacher development.
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Teach First recruit, train and support high calibre graduates who will make a real impact on educational disadvantage through their exceptional and inspirational teaching.
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The aim of the centre is to support and conduct research and development to strengthen the work of Christians in education.
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Canterbury Christ Church University Faculty of Education holds the STEMNET contract for Kent and Medway region. Through this important partnership, enrichment and enhancement activities.
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With a longstanding reputation for high quality teacher education and development, we are delighted to offer you a range of routes into teaching at both undergraduate and postgraduate level which all lead to qualified teacher status (QTS) or eligibility to apply for qualified teacher learning and skills (QTLS).
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