Redcar and Cleveland Teacher Training Partnership (RCTTP) is a fully accredited initial teacher training provider. We were graded as Outstanding in all judgement areas following our Ofsted Inspection of 2015/16. RCTTP is extremely well established and has been successfully training teachers for over 15 years. Throughout this time we have worked in close partnership with primary and secondary schools in Redcar and Cleveland, Middlesbrough, East Cleveland and North Yorkshire in order to provide a high quality programme of training. Our aim is to train reflective practitioners with the necessary skills to become committed, creative, enthusiastic and knowledgeable professionals, able to meet the demands of teaching in the 21st century. We are a small and highly supportive provider. Our strength stems from the relationships that we have firmly established with our Partnership Schools and that we develop with our trainees over the course of the training year. These strong and mutually supportive relationships enable us to provide high quality school based training focussed on meeting the needs of trainees underpinned by a comprehensive programme of central training delivered by a range of experienced expert practitioners. A proven track record RCTTP has a proven track record. Course completion rates and employment statistics for the programme are excellent. Most of our trainees gain employment by the December following completion of the training year.
“Trainees who complete the course are a sought-after resource in the local area and, as a result, the partnership has maintained high levels of employment for it’s trainees” - Ofsted Report 2016
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