Please note that the current applicant cycle for Initial Teacher Training for the academic year 2024-2025 closes on Monday 24th June 2024 with final interviews scheduled no later than Tuesday 2 July 2024.

Are you interested in a career in teaching?

Working in partnership with the Stevenage Educational Trust and a number of local schools, The Nobel School is acting as the Lead Partner for the School Based route into teaching.

Are you?

  • Looking for a new challenge?
  • Passionate about making a difference?
  • Wanting to nurture and cultivate a love learning?
  • Qualified to degree level?

The following schools are seeking to appoint well-qualified applicants to train as teachers through the School Based ITT Programme.

  • Aston St Marys
  • Barclay Academy
  • Barnwell School
  • Fairlands Primary School
  • Giles Infants
  • Giles Junior
  • Greenside School
  • Highover Junior
  • Grange Academy, The
  • Lodge Farm Primary
  • Longmeadow Primary
  • Peartree Primary
  • Roebuck Academy
  • Round Diamond School
  • St Margaret Clitherow
  • St Nicholas C of E Primary
  • John Henry Newman Catholic School
  • The Nobel School
  • The Thomas Alleyne Academy
  • Trott’s Hill Primary
  • Woolenwick Infants
School Direct Training programme
School Direct Training programme

We are working in partnership with the University of Hertfordshire to provide a comprehensive and engaging training programme that provides with Qualified Teacher Status and a Post Graduate Certificate in Education. Please note that School Based PGCE (unsalaried) is a fee-paying training course with a fee of £9250. The registration on the programme is subject to the successful outcome of all entry requirements and suitability checks being met.

You’ll train in two different schools and although you get the chance to learn ‘on the job’, you aren’t thrown in at the deep end. You will receive extensive support from school-based mentors and university tutors. You will spend one day per week at the University of Hertfordshire.

Whilst considering an application, you may find the following websites useful:

Applications are made through GOV.UK and the applicant cycle for the training in the next academic year has already opened. It closes on Monday 24th June 2024 or earlier if places are full.

If you would like to visit any of the schools, have an informal chat or organise a school experience, please contact Corrina Reeder or Elena Hornett on

All schools and Hertfordshire University are committed to safeguarding and promoting the welfare of children, and applicants must be willing to undergo child protection screening appropriate to the post, including checks with past employers and the Criminal Records Bureau.

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