Cams Hill School works with a number of providers to support a range of pathways into teaching. We provide all trainee teachers with a dedicated induction program, including a supportive and talented mentor. If you are interested in more information on training to be a teacher, please contact firstname.lastname@example.org, or explore the websites of the following providers.
SUPA Teacher Training is provided by an alliance of schools across the South Coast, including Dorset, Hampshire and Wiltshire, and provides a unique training experience for potential Secondary School teachers. SUPA trainees spend their first weeks of teaching in their home school getting to know pupils and colleagues. They will then gain experience working in another school for three months before returning to their home school for the remainder of their training. The best possible support is provided throughout the course, with a dedicated mentor in school, and university led training with trainee teachers on other pathways into teaching.
If you would like to know more, please visit the SUPA website, www.supateacher.training.
The Coastal Teaching Partnership South
The Coastal Teaching Partnership South is a collaboration between five local secondary schools; Crofton School, Portchester Community School, Henry Cort Community College, and Cams Hill School. Working with the University of Winchester, this School Direct training program provides the chance to train as a teacher in a local school. Dedicated support is provided by Crofton School as the lead school, and through an assigned subject mentor and professional mentor in each of the partnership schools. Trainees gain experience of two schools with diverse character, and personal development is provided by the partnership schools.