University of Sunderland
Aim High Academy is pleased to work with the University of Sunderland. The University has successfully trained teachers for over 100 years making a difference in educating the next generation of learners. Through our partnership with the University our trainee teachers benefit from the support of primary tutors who are experts in their subject fields and related pedagogies. Trainees are allocated a Personal Tutor from the University who will work with their School Mentor to give academic, pastoral and placement support.
During your time at University of Sunderland, assessments will include written assignments, case studies and assessments of your teaching practice. Your studies at the University of Sunderland will include lectures, seminars, tutorials, group project work and individual learning. The University will provide support with your assignments and any practical research that you are likely to encounter throughout the year.
Fees and financial support
The programme is tuition based and you will pay a tuition fee for your course. Further advice is available from:
Applications for September 2021 start can be accessed through both UCAS and DFEE Apply.
Applications for September 2022 start will be available from October 2021 on DFEE Apply.
Course code as follows:
Aim High Alliance: 1A7
Primary School Direct Programme (Tuition Route) 2MC4
Training with disabilities and other needs
We follow the University of Sunderland Diversity Statement: “We celebrate and value the diversity of all students and staff, working to ensure that all are welcome in our community and do not face discrimination or encounter barriers with regard to their disability.” On application please contact the Disability Support Team within Sunderland University: firstname.lastname@example.org Tel: 0191 5152952
For all enquiries related to Initial Teacher Training within Aim High Academy Trust please contact:
Mrs D. Shovlin 01915005957 or via email at: email@example.com