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Omega Teaching Partnership

Level: Secondary
Non-salaried places: PGCE Primary Education (5-11) with QTS and PGCE Secondary Education (11-16) with QTS in Art and DesignBiologyChemistryComputer Science and ICT, Design and Technology, Drama, EnglishGeographyHistoryModern Foreign Languages (French and Spanish), Mathematics, Music, PhysicsPhysical EducationReligious Education

Location: Cheshire
Start date: September
Lead school: Great Sankey High School

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Omega Teaching Partnership


Work towards a PGCE, gain qualified teacher status and train in schools which thrive on developing the next generation of outstanding teachers.  When you join Omega Teaching Partnership you will become part of the school community and train as a professional from day one.

  • Outstanding staff: experienced and fully trained mentors who are committed to developing the next generation of outstanding teachers.
  • Become part of the team: School Direct trainees start on the first day in September following an induction in the summer term and are immediately made to feel part of the staff, being known as Associate Teachers.
  • Employment opportunities: schools in our partnership engage with School Direct because they are seeking to recruit outstanding teachers.
  • Innovative programme design: from partnership conferences and subject knowledge enhancement to leadership development, we pride ourselves on delivering a programme which is bespoke to the needs of our Associate Teachers and includes enrichment opportunities in a special school, a pupil referral unit and opportunities to learn alongside NQTs as well as experienced colleagues.

Working in partnership with the University of Cumbria we have designed an exciting training opportunity that combines school placement experiences with training and development opportunities that take place across our partnership schools, as well as at the University of Cumbria.

If you are looking to pursue a career in teaching, it is vital that you get into schools to experience what life as a teacher is really like. Often we make judgements about teaching based on our own experiences of life as a student, but it can be very different seeing things from the ‘other side of the fence’.

For further details about arranging experience in school, email


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