United Teaching Blog

Looking back at training with United Teaching

26/07/2018

United Teaching graduate Sean recently finished his training year at Paddington Academy. Here, he reviews his time on the course:

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You Could Have Told Me! What I wish I knew when I started teaching

05/03/2018

Steve Adcock, Deputy Director of Secondary Academies at United Learning, tells us what he wishes he knew at the start of his teaching career:

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Case Study: Rosie Arnell

26/02/2018

Rosie trained with United Teaching at Stockport Academy, where she now works as both Head of Year 7 and an Assistant Principal:

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Why teach?

08/02/2018

Becoming a teacher has many lasting advantages. We delve into some of the key reasons why you should consider teaching:

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Case Study: Declan Whitfield

29/01/2018

Declan trained with United Teaching at Hull Collegiate School, where he is now Literacy Co-ordinator.

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Case Study: Constance McKinney

15/01/2018

Winner of our Primary NQT of the Year Award, and KS1 Lead at Wilberforce Primary, read about how Constance's career has developed as a United Teaching graduate:

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Case Study: Brittney Jackson

27/11/2017

Brittney trained with United Teaching, and is now Assistant Subject Leader for Humanities and Subject Leader for Geography at Paddington Academy. She tells us her story:

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My first day in the classroom

02/10/2017

Trainee, Ruth, discusses the highs and lows of her first days in the classroom:

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Tips for Trainee Teachers, From the Experts

21/09/2017

Read advice from experienced teachers and educational experts to help you get ready for your teacher training:

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How does mentoring work on a teacher training course?

17/03/2016

The mentor-mentee relationship is a key part of our teacher training programme. Yassamin Sheel discusses this partnership and speaks to trainees and mentors from our northern schools about their...

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