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Katie Spencer

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Why did you decide to train to teach?

I decided to train to teach because of the influence that my secondary school teachers had on me.

I had really good relationships with my teacher in secondary school we got on really well and it influenced my education so I would like to be that for our next generation of secondary school pupils.

Why did you choose to train with Stockton Teacher Training Partnership?

I chose to join the Stockton SCITT because it was one of the only training providers to offer drama for secondary school trainees and that’s a subject I would like to teach. I also looked at the Ofsted rating for Stockton SCITT and it was outstanding so that was a real big selling point for me and also I’d heard of the reputation, it had a really good one so I thought that it would be the best training provider for myself to go for.

What would you say to anyone considering training to teach with Stockton teacher training partnership?

I would say do it and it will be one of the best decisions that you ever make you’ll be really well supported, you’ll get a lot of time with peers, you’ll get a lot of time in school and it gives you a real feel for what it is going to be like to be a teacher.

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    Our Secondary Teaching Internship for summer 2023 is now open for applications! For more information and to download an application form visit Teaching Internships. 

    The internship is being jointly delivered with Northfield School and Sports College in Billingham.