Why you should train to teach with us.

We are an established, Initial Teacher Training provider for the Secondary Phase founded in 2001 with a proven track record of exceptional achievement and progression to employment. Now offering the Tes Institute accredited programme we offer a unique blend of online and face-to-face learning, an approach we know is valued by trainees and is designed to ensure our trainees thrive in their chosen profession.

If you are a determined, creative, and passionate graduate we can support you to become a confident and outstanding classroom practitioner by equipping you with the skills and resilience that you will need for a successful career in teaching.

Over the course of the training year, you will experience two contrasting school placements and visit a Primary School, to gain to understand the Key Stage (KS) 2-3 transition, visit a Sixth Form College to understand the KS4-5 transition.

Our strong and established network also enables us to accommodate a visit to a Havering Special School to provide you with a rounded experience of all that the education sector has to offer.

Our course seamlessy incorporates PGCE accreditation .From 2024 our PGCE will be accredited by UEL.

“Havering Teacher Training Partnership is highly regarded amongst Havering’s headteachers for the quality practitioners it brings to our schools.” 

Simon London, Headteacher, Hall Mead School.

“The partnership is a close-knit community of schools and educators across which trainees, mentors and professional tutors build positive and productive working relationships.”


“Trainees learn and develop skills in planning and teaching well-structured lessons, including questioning, managing discussions, and anticipating and resolving misconceptions.”


Trainees are provided …” with insights into contrasting settings to ensure that they are well-prepared for their next steps as early career teachers.”


“Trainees learn effective strategies for working with pupils with SEND and those who speak English as an additional language.”


“Trainees feel supported from the moment they start the programme. They appreciate the steps leaders take to keep in touch with them throughout the course, including sending good ideas via instant messaging and checking on their well-being.”