Colville Primary School

Colville Primary School

This is a warm and welcoming school in which pupils are kept safe and behave well.

Ofsted 2013

Pupils respond well to the good teaching within the school to actively participate in lessons.

Ofsted 2013

The strong leadership of the headteacher and governors has created a dedicated and enthusiastic team. Members of staff are proud to work at this school.

Ofsted 2013

Early Years Foundation Stage

The teaching of children in EYFS is good and, children make at least good progress.

Ofsted 2013

Key Stage 1:

Pupils reach standards that are now above the national average in writing and reading and well above in mathematics.

Ofsted 2013

Key Stage 2:

Pupils leave with standards that are well above the national average in reading and above in mathematics.

Ofsted 2013

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Train to Teach

Colville Primary is a Strategic Partner School within the West London Teaching Schools’ Alliance (WLTSA). The WLTSA will be recruiting candidates for 97 School Direct teacher training places (both primary and secondary) for 2015-16, five of which will be based at Colville Primary. All the Colville Primary programmes lead to either the award of PGCE with the potential for 60 credits towards a Master’s degree and Qualified Teacher Status or the award of Qualified Teacher Status. We offer two training programmes, one unsalaried and the other salaried. Our trainees can complete a general route or specialise in maths.

 

The WLTSA website http://www.wltsa.org.uk/ (Initial Teacher Training tab, School Direct vacancy pages) includes tables listing all the alliance teacher training programmes including those at

Colville Primary. By clicking on the course code for our programmes in the table, you will be able access further information about the specific course requirements and information about how to apply.

 

All applications for these programmes must be made online through UCAS. To find any WLTSA programme on UCAS you need to search for postgraduate teacher training courses naming the 'provider' as The West London Teaching Schools' Alliance.

Any queries regarding these programmes should be sent to Alex Dijkhuis <adijkhuis@sacredh.lbhf.sch.uk>.