We are the Green Light Teaching School Alliance – a partnership of schools and institutions sharing our skills, experience, talent and capacity to help improve learning and achievement in schools across Yorkshire and the Humber. Browse the site to find out more about the alliance, our training and support and how you and your school can become part of a group that is ‘stronger together.
We have developed new, exciting, innovative programmes with Sheffield Hallam University to train the next generation of Primary and Secondary School teachers.
Our programmes last for one academic year (September - July), during which time you will undertake two school placements across our Teaching School Alliance and have opportunities to visit schools in other phases. You will also enjoy a bespoke programme of training developed and delivered by our Alliance Schools and University partners. Our ITT programmes have been designed to build your confidence and subject knowledge and give you the necessary skills to become a highly effective classroom practitioner.
On completion of your training, you will be awarded a PGCE with QTS; the programmes are assessed at masters (M) level.
All of the schools in the Green Light Teaching School Alliance have a track record of excellent provision for young people and a strong commitment to developing outstanding future teaching professionals. Training with Green Light Teaching School Alliance offers trainees the opportunity to train in the South Leeds and Kirklees areas.
We have a unique partnership with Leeds City Teaching School Alliance, based at Morley Academy and have been a leading partner in the School Direct programme with them for the last two years. Where there has been a successful track record of developing outstanding secondary teachers. There have been excellent rates of employability of the graduates within our alliance schools and elsewhere in the Yorkshire region and beyond.
More information about schools in the Green Light Teaching School Alliance can be found on the ‘Our Partners’ page