Havering Teacher Training Partnership
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“There still isn't a day that goes by when my training isn't useful in the classroom!”  

- Laura, 2013 Trainee

 

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About HTTP

The HTTP Partnership is an established, accredited ITT provider that was founded in 2001 and currently has a membership of 18 schools from the London Borough of Havering.  The aim of the Partnership is to support determined, creative and passionate graduates to become confident, outstanding classroom practitioners by developing their resilience and equipping them with the skills necessary for a successful career in teaching.

Over the course of the training year, our trainees experience two contrasting school placements. In addition, they also gain experience in the Primary sector (to understand the KS2-3 transition) and in Further Education, to ensure an understanding and awareness of the KS4-5 transition.

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

Both of our routes, School Direct and SCITT, lead to PGCE accreditation following the submission of 4 written assignments. All of our trainees become members of the UEL Student Union and have full  access of their virtual and physical library to support educational study and research.

Find out about the routes into teaching.

     


    "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.

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    What do our trainees say about HTTP?

    Click below to hear from some of our past trainees and their experiences on our course.

    Heidi talks about her teaching practice.
    Loren talks about the Programme.
    Dee on the academic assignments.