North Manchester ITT Partnership is comprised of a range of schools and Academies from across North Manchester and beyond.
You can find out more detailed information about each partnership school here:
Manchester Communication Academy
Holy Trinity C of E Primary School
The school has trained primary trainees with a number of North West providers including Manchester University and Manchester Metropolitan University. From 2013 the school has been a partner in the Kingsbridge Manchester School Direct Partnership and now is an established SCITT partner school. The school is gradually expanding from a one form entry to a two form entry and boasts an impressive partial new build. The school has the ability to increase training placements and provide employment possibilities. Expert staff from Holy Trinity provide professional studies sessions and we recommend that trainees observe the superb year 6 teaching.
St Malachy's School
The school has trained primary trainees from Manchester based providers and joined our school direct partnership in 2015; taking an active role in developing and delivering our primary provision. The school specialises in many aspects including: delivering a creative project based foundation subject learning, working effectively with families as part of Save The Children’s FAST programme and developing a forest school. Staff have already trained as mentors and always been involved in successful teacher training.
Moston Lane Primary School
Moston Lane has strong links with Manchester University and currently has eight staff who are trained mentors. The school, already a two form entry is looking to expand to three form entry; therefore increasing its potential to train and employ. The school already has an excellent record of employing trainees. The school achieves excellent outcomes for its children.
Manchester Communication Primary Academy
The Primary Academy is relatively new-opening in September 2014 with the new build fully opened in September 2017. The Academy will continue to grow its intake over time therefore increasing the potential to train and employ. It will deploy the same system to resource as MCA, developing robust ITT training, NQT and RQT programmes.
NMITTP currently works in partnership with a range of schools across Greater Manchester:
Manchester Communication Academy
St Malachy’s RC Primary
Moston Lane Primary
Holy Trinity C of E Primary
Manchester Communication Primary Academy – lead school for school direct
Associate Schools include:
Altbridge Specialist Provision School
Trinty C of E High School
Cardinal Newman College
The Alliance for Leaning SCITT
Ashton on Mersey Teacher Training
BENEFITS OF A PARTNERSHIP WITH NMITTP
We provide a pathway for schools to develop existing staff by providing the salaried route to teaching
A range of free or very cost effective professional development opportunities are offered throughout the year including: Behaviour training, Positive Handling ‘Team Teach’ accredited training, pathways to leadership and subject knowledge enhancement.
Your trainee will train in your school for the majority of the academic year (Monday-Thursday) enabling a positive relationship to develop between school and trainee. Each trainee will do a second placement in a contrasting school spring half term 1.
All schools are involved in every aspect of training, from application, interview, training to recommendation of QTS. Mentors attend half termly meetings and training and headteacher are invited to half termly to strategic board.
Opportunity to employ your trainee - the large majority of trainees are currently employed by their training school or a current partnership school. In our recent Ofsted report both of MCPA’S NMITTP NQTs received very positive feedback.
Opportunity to be involved in focus groups; for 2020/21 - mentoring, primary – developing cluster provision
Interested in becoming a Partner?
Then please do contact Jan on 0161 202 8989 or firstname.lastname@example.org
FREquently asked questions
We are not currently in partnership but have a teaching assistant that we would like to support through the salaried route; do we have to join the partnership?
Yes you do; some schools do decide to join for just 1 academic year to support staff. We are happy to do this for Greater Manchester Schools. It is important that the school agrees and complies with the conditions partnership agreement and we hope that schools do decide to continue working with us.
We currently work with other providers; can we still join your partnership?
Yes, we do not expect partnership to be exclusive, schools can partner with several different ITT providers.
Do you only work with Ofsted ‘good’ and ‘outstanding’ school?
No we welcome enquiries from all schools.
We are currently a lead school for school direct and we are looking for accreditation/ a new accrediting body; does NMITTP offer this?
Yes we welcome enquiries; please do contact us for more details.
Do I need to find my own placement school for the training route programme?
No, NMITTP will find placement school for all training route trainees.