History

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01242 505945 or complete the form on the
contact page.

Candidates

History is a popular course and candidates will normally have a good history degree.  Related degrees with significant history content will be taken into consideration.  Candidates will need to demonstrate that they have considered how to develop their subject knowledge in the National Curriculum, GCSE and A level requirements for history.

Subject Pathway

Trainees come together on a Thursday for a weekly opportunity to learn more about the subject and the pedagogy of history. It is an opportunity to learn from Becky, visiting experts and each other.

Visits extend trainees’ subject knowledge and provide ideas for school trips.  Recent trips have been to Berkeley Castle, Chedworth Roman Villa, Warwick Castle, the Imperial War Museum and the National Gallery.  Trainees also have the opportunity to accompany their placement school on trips.

Subject sessions usually take place at Ribston Hall High School with some at the school of the guest expert.

Programme Structure

Trainees start the year with three weeks of professional studies, a programme of lectures, workshops and expert speakers, to give a context to the course.  By the end of September, trainees start their “Parent 1” placement and will be in school full time until mid-December.  There are another two weeks of professional studies either side of Christmas.  In January trainees start their “Twin” placement in a second school.  There are more professional studies weeks before Easter then trainees return to their first school for their “Parent 2” placement.  The final placement includes an enhancement week to give opportunities to experience particular aspects of teaching.

Funding

Bursaries available: £9,000*
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Subject Leader

Becky Rose

Ribston Hall High School

Becky is an accomplished History teacher of 15 years’ experience. She has been a Head of History, Head of Humanities and Specialist Leader in Education.

Becky is passionate about developing teacher education and practice; she has been ITE Training Manager and NQT Induction Tutor at Ribston Hall since 2013 and is an expert mentor for History trainees and NQTs. Before taking up the post as GITEP History Subject Leader, she contributed to the GITEP programme by delivering Subject Pathway sessions and Professional Studies sessions. She is committed to continuing professional development, regularly attending and presenting at teaching conferences and local ‘teachmeets’. Becky is an Honorary Teaching Fellow with the University of Bristol.

Entry Requirements

Mandatory

  • A History degree or a degree in a related subject.
  • Maths and English at Grade C/Level 4 or above at GCSE.

Recommended

  • Degree at 2:2 or above.
  • Involvement with young people in some capacity.
  • An awareness of issues in history education: TESHistorical Association.

Routes & Course Codes

Institute CodeSCITTSchool DirectQTS OnlyPGCE with QTS
G48GITEP2795
26PCotswold Edge Teaching Alliance (School Direct)2WJB
14BBalcarras School (School Direct)2CMW2CMX
1ZBOdyssey TSA (School Direct)2RPV 2RPW
2EHCotswold Teaching School Partnership (School Direct)36MX

If you have any questions please call us on 01242 505945 or complete the form on the contact page.

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