School Direct Placements

Train to Teach through the South East Learning Alliance

Warlingham School offers teacher training through our School Direct courses, which are designed as school-centred initial teacher training routes and are a popular choice for those who hope to secure a role in the network of schools where they train.  The School Direct Programme is provided through the South East Learning Alliance of which we are a member school.

For 2019-2020, we have opportunities across a range of subjects, details of which are set out below.  Our School Direct courses run for the duration of the academic year and result in qualified teacher status (QTS).  On completion you will be awarded or given the opportunity to undertake, a postgraduate certificate in education (PGCE) and/or Master’s-level credits depending on whether you take the salaried or unsalaried route.

For further details about the South East Learning Alliance, please click on the link below:

Click here to view the South East Learning Alliance Brochure

For further details about all of our available courses please click here for the ‘Find Postgraduate Teaching’ website or view our course list below.

To begin the process and to apply please click here for the UCAS website. Our provider code is 1J1.

For general information on how to ‘Get into Teaching’ and how to apply; please visit the following website: Get Into Teaching Website

Please find below, an outline of the courses the South East Learning Alliance are offering for the 2019/2020 cycle.  The UCAS provider code when applying is 1J1.

Please note that all salaried positions are offered through e-Qualitas and all unsalaried routes through Roehampton or Kings College.

School Direct Training Programme


Programme Title
 

Programme Code
 

University
 

Outcome - Professional and post-graduate
 
Art and Design 2V4Q Roehampton QTS plus academic award
Biology 33SB e-Qualitas QTS
Biology 2V4P Roehampton QTS plus academic award
Chemistry 33SJ e-Qualitas QTS
Chemistry 2V4N Roehampton QTS plus academic award
Classics 2VMG Kings College QTS plus academic award
Computing 2VQD e-Qualitas QTS
Computing 2V4M Roehampton QTS plus academic award
Design and Technology 33SM e-Qualitas QTS
Design and Technology 38KW Roehampton QTS
Drama 2V4L Roehampton QTS plus academic award
English 33SQ e-Qualitas QTS
English 2V4R Roehampton QTS plus academic award
Geography 33SR e-Qualitas QTS
Geography Not Currently Available Roehampton QTS plus academic award
History 2V4J Roehampton QTS plus academic award
Mathematics 2VMB e-Qualitas QTS
Mathematics 2VMC Roehampton QTS plus academic award
Modern Languages 2VMD e-Qualitas QTS
Modern Languages 2V4H Roehampton QTS plus academic award
Music 2V4S Roehampton QTS plus academic award
Physical Education 337W Roehampton QTS plus academic award
Physics 2V4B e-Qualitas QTS
Physics 298P Roehampton QTS plus academic award
Primary 36KS e-Qualitas QTS
Primary 36KQ Roehampton QTS plus academic award
Religious Education 2V49 e-Qualitas QTS
Religious Education 2V4G Roehampton QTS plus academic award
Social Sciences 36KL e-Qualitas QTS

The secondary courses are available at all four secondary schools in the Alliance, with the exception of Classics which is only offered at Riddlesdown Collegiate and Archbishop Tenison's CofE School.

UCAS Training Location Codes

School Training Location/Campus Code Educational Phase and Programme
Warlingham School 2 Secondary (except Classics)
Riddlesdown Collegiate - Secondary
Archbishop Tenison's 4 Secondary
Quest Academy A Secondary (except Classics)
Gossops Green 6 Primary
Hamsey Green 7 Primary
Woodlea 9 Primary
Courtwood B Primary
Gilbert Scott C Primary

To begin the process and to apply please click here for the UCAS website. 

Thank you for your interest in the School Direct Programme; we welcome your application and look forward to hearing from you soon!

Should you have any queries or need any further information please do not hesitate to contact Mr Paul Kinder, Joint Head of School. 

Warlingham’s Joint Head of School, Paul Kinder appeared on a local radio show to explain how the School Direct programme works and he highlighted some key considerations to take into account when choosing a career in teaching.  You can listen to the Ridge Radio programme, broadcast on 9th February 2018.  You can listen to the interview by clicking the play button below.