The Primary First Trust works with the University of Greenwich as the registered training provider for the School Direct programme. The university, which has been rated outstanding by Ofsted has a long history of teacher training, going back over 100 years at the Avery Hill Campus. Employment rates are consistently above national and London averages. Training is delivered by highly effective teachers from both the Trust and also from the university.
Through the University based sessions, you will acquire a deep understanding of the primary curriculum and how children learn.
Training with Disabilities and Other Needs
We recognise the value of diversity within the community and our workforce and the contribution made by people from different backgrounds;
We uphold our value of Unity by ensuring our employment is accessible to everyone and that we actively value and celebrate the wide variety of lifestyles and cultures within the community;
We believe we have a strong moral and social duty to recognise any unlawful discrimination, take steps to challenge prejudice and discrimination and promote equality.
We welcome applications from disabled people and are committed to helping disabled students succeed.
The University of Greenwich has a Disability & Dyslexia Centre which can provide assistance at any stage in your application process and at any point in your studies. Advice and guidance is based on your individual requirements, and includes support for students with mental health needs and long-term medical conditions.
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