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  • Where Are They Now – Owen Murphy

    Owen Murphy is now an Assistant Principal at the International School of Stuttgart in Germany. He trained on the Primary Programme with the 2009/2010 cohort.

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  • Where Are They Now – Ruby Dawson

    Another one of our amazing trainees, Ruby, had some very kind words to say about us! Our placement program and mentors are a major part of our courses, and we’re so glad to hear about how they help our trainees succeed. “I am currently Associate Assistant Principal at Outwood Academy Acklam after first joining the

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  • Where Are They Now – Paul Bennett

    Paul Bennett started training with us back in 2014. With a passion for teaching but a lack of experience, he grew and developed throughout his time with us into an amazing teacher! Paul has worked at Bankfields Primary School since graduating and has grown his responsibilities a lot. We’re so proud of Paul, just like

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  • Where Are They Now – Stephanie Lynn

    Another one of our brilliant graduates, Stephanie, has gone on to have a fantastic career after completing her Teacher Training with us! If you’re considering a teaching role, head to our website and learn more here. “I trained to teach Secondary English in 2013-14, which was the first year of the Redcar and Cleveland SCITT

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  • Where Are They Now – Georgia Vanzan

    Georgia is one of our fantastic ex-trainees who’s gone on to do amazing things, combining her love of history and teaching! She sent us these kind words for our ‘Where Are They Now?’ series: “I started my teacher training in 2019 with a feeling of uncertainty. I had very little confidence in myself at this

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  • Where Are They Now – Zac Burt

    Zac is another one of our brilliant trainees who’s gone on to do amazing work! Studying our SCITT Secondary History course, he has now been teaching at Ian Ramsey CE Academy for 5 years! He sent us these kind words about his time studying at RCTTP: “My name is Zac and I trained with the

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  • Where Are They Now – Laura Donovan

    Laura Donovan, one of our previous RCTTP trainees, is now Assistant Head, DSL and Head of Creative Arts at Wembley High Technology College! We’re so proud of her and grateful for her kind words towards RCTTP: “I trained as an Art teacher with RCTTP in 2013. My cohort was filled with likeminded people who were

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What people say

Headteachers speak extremely highly of the quality that new teachers from the partnership provide and see them as competent and confident professionals who are ready for employment.

Ofsted Report 2016

I was asked during my interview why I chose this training programme instead of any other. I thought it would give me the best training of any that I’d found and I stand by that even more now. The support and guidance I got was exemplary.


This course really is fantastic. I feel personally that I could not have been given a better start to my teaching career.


Trainees have stated to me that all sessions without exception have been valuable to them mainly because they felt the nature and the content of the sessions had been well thought out and prepared in detail making them highly relevant to their classroom experiences

Partnership Tutor

The quality of training at Redcar and Cleveland Teacher Training Partnership is outstanding, and, as a result, trainees achieve high outcomes.

Ofsted Report 2016

One of the many strengths the RCTTP course offers is the high standard of support to trainees and I am especially thankful for that and I wouldn’t hesitate to recommend this course


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