Insights into being a HTSA Trainee Teacher

Insights into being a HTSA Trainee Teacher

Our series of ‘Insight’ videos offers you an exclusive look into what it is like to be a trainee teacher with HTSA. From answering questions about the teacher training course, to offering advice on how to get the best out of your training year, we are sure this series will give you a valuable insight into what to expect as a HTSA trainee teacher.

Do you have a question that wasn’t addressed in the videos? Email us at schooldirect@harton-tc.co.uk and we will get back to you as soon as we can, we may even use your question in our next video!

Secondary School Trainees

 

Daniel Thane – 2016/17 Trainee

Daniel, our current mathematics trainee, reviews his first term as a trainee, discusses his experience of switching schools for his second placement and elaborates on the written element of the course.


Adam Edmond – 2016 Graduate

Our 2016 graduate and current science teacher, Adam, reflects upon his training year, offers advice to anyone considering becoming a teacher and reveals why he chose to study with HTSA.


Andrew Thompson – 2016 Graduate

Andrew, who graduated with us in 2016 and is currently teaching social and cultural studies, reveals what he found most challenging about his training year, what he enjoyed most about the training and how he found the transition from training to employment.


Holly Flanagan – 2016 Graduate

Our 2016 graduate and current design and technology teacher, Holly, discusses what inspired her to become a teacher, what she feared most about the training course and what she found was the most rewarding part of her teacher training.

 

Primary School Trainees

 

Kayleigh Matthews – 2015 Graduate

Our 2015 graduate and primary schoolteacher, Kayleigh, discusses why she became a teacher, why she chose to train through HTSA and offers some advice to any current trainee teachers.


Adam Stewart – 2016/17 Trainee

Current primary school trainee teacher, Adam, reveals his biggest fears about starting his teacher training as well as offering an insight into his first term of training.

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