Train to teach with Dixons

Why train to teach with Dixons?

Train in aspirational and successful schools which are innovating to improve the life chances of local children.

Our ITT programme draws on national and international developments in teacher training, providing a high quality experience.

Dixons teacher training programme offers you:

  • 100% school based training
  • Placements in successful schools with excellent learning and behavior
  • Case studies of success from across our 8 dynamic academies
  • Coaching that helps you to make faster progress than many other programmes
  • A tremendous level of support QTS, PCGE including masters credits
  • Potential employment with Dixons MAT, including our growing free schools in Bradford or Leeds

And opportunity to:

  • Be fully immersed in the life of a school all year
  • Work with students from the start of your course
  • Learn from highly experienced, successful teachers and mentors.
  • Be part of something special

We think that teaching is the best job in the world. Join us to make a difference

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Very well done to Hassan in Y8 for reading all the #HorridHenry books and pioneering this new reading challenge for the LRC. Read 10 or more books from an author or series to get a personalised badge & certificate. Hassan is tackling the #WimpyKid Challenge next! https://t.co/XUreoA7Bwa
2:01pm 20.03.2019

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Year 8 giving amazing directions in French! They will never get lost in France! 🇫🇷 https://t.co/KmO5BzKU7E
11:31am 20.03.2019

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Well done on some amazing results for Level 3 Health & Social Care and Business today! The Vocational department are super proud of you all. 🏆
12:10pm 13.03.2019

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Some of our Y7 pupils enjoyed our first Skype session with author @CressidaCowell to learn about creating stories with picture and words and using your imagination. Part of @microsofteduk and as part of celebrating #WorldBookDay this week #HTTYD https://t.co/q2JTAS6ZSM
9:52am 07.03.2019