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          11/07/20

          Retweetd From YouthOutLoud

          The Kingston and Richmond Youth Council want to hear your voice! They are interested in what you think about: 📌your local area 📌your school 📌your safety 📌thoughts around the COVID-19 The survey link is  //t.co/32R2Vzh4Ta

          10/07/20

          Retweetd From Sue Wallman

          My daughter's headteacher wrote in her school report that she was bossy. She was 6. I asked how many boys had the word bossy in their school report & wasn't given an answer //t.co/nd9GABpnWH

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          10/07/20

          Retweetd From Richmond Music Trust

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          🎶 Join us at 6pm: //t.co/uThFOUDdZW //t.co/jFzHLlgGhI

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          09/07/20

          Retweetd From Richmond Council

          [NEWS] Families in Richmond upon Thames are being urged to check if they qualify for free school meals. Check if your family is eligible: //t.co/S8P0Z9nGAc 🍽️ //t.co/dK942gULA1

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          09/07/20

          Retweetd From Richmond Council

          [NEWS] A new app has been launched by to offer vital safeguarding information and advice for Richmond schools and families. Find out more: //t.co/hi1ZckQRAO //t.co/rfmU9XzEDD

          09/07/20

          Retweetd From YoungMinds

          Our Crisis Messenger services provides free, 24/7 crisis support across the UK. If you're a young person and need urgent support with your mental health, please text YM to 85258. //t.co/zM2YcVebkP

          09/07/20

          Retweetd From KRSCP

          BBC News - Black Lives Matter: What is systemic racism? Kids’ questions answered //t.co/4bO60gm6rS

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          09/07/20

          Retweetd From YouthOutLoud

          Practicing gratitude can be a great way of pulling you out of a ‘negative funk’ & help you realise that despite lows in life, your life has many reasons to be thankful. This gratitude thought prompt is a great resource to help you do that! 🙏 Happy Thankful Thursday! //t.co/Zgk9UgqKNY

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          09/07/20

          Retweetd From AchievingForChildren

          Young people living or studying in Richmond - tell us what you think about your wellbeing. Complete our survey for a chance to win £50! //t.co/bn7lriBD1q //t.co/Twrk6ho68v

          09/07/20

          Retweetd From KRSCP

          Children living with parents with alcohol or drug problems can be more at risk of harm and neglect. If you have any concerns for a child’s safety, please call 020 8547 5008 to speak to a child safeguarding professional in confidence.

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          08/07/20

          Retweetd From YouthOutLoud

          How are you feeling today?#Kooth from is here for you. From self-help articles&forums, to chats with professional online counsellors, you can get the support when it’s right for you. It’s free, anonymous and completely confidential 👉 //t.co/KdbSaL8Czt //t.co/Y1Rq5dyQ60

          08/07/20

          Retweetd From KRSCP

          Have you seen a young person arriving home late in different cars, or have you seen unaccompanied children visiting a house where only adults live? If you feel concerned, call 020 8547 5008 to speak to a child safeguarding professional in confidence.

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          07/07/20

          Retweetd From Richmond Council

          [NEWS] Families in Richmond upon Thames are being urged to check if they qualify for free school meals, after a Government u-turn means that the scheme will now be funded over the summer holidays. Check if your family is eligible: //t.co/S8P0Z965IE //t.co/yrfRrZXGrl

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          07/07/20

          Retweetd From AchievingForChildren

          Youth wellbeing survey - if you live or study in Richmond the Youth Council would like your views. You could win £50! //t.co/bn7lriBD1q //t.co/nknk9TAs3F

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          03/07/20

          Retweetd From Richmond Music Trust

          It's our third Living Room Session tonight featuring RMT students from and St Mary Magdalene's primary🎶 Join us live on Facebook at 6pm: //t.co/uThFOUDdZW //t.co/SrmIfyrNKY

          01/07/20

          Retweetd From Anna McNuff

          This is what strength and grace looks like. 💪🏻🌟👇🏻 //t.co/TMUn7KxRVq

          01/07/20

          Retweetd From YoungMinds

          Our Parents Helpline experts share their advice for supporting a child returning to school after lockdown. //t.co/E84g0gdmIz

          01/07/20

          Retweetd From KRSCP

          Up to 70% of children and young people who are sexually exploited go missing or run away. All children and young people who go missing or run away need urgent help. Missing children should be reported to the police.

          01/07/20

          We are wishing our brilliant speaker Siena the best of luck for tonight’s quarter final

          Train to Teach with School Direct

          Teaching School

          Richmond Secondary Teaching Schools Alliance: School Direct Programme

          Richmond Teaching Schools Alliance (RTSA) is a group of local secondary schools led by Waldegrave School, supported by Orleans Park School.  The Alliance offers an outstanding place to work and learn and provides a supportive and tailored learning opportunity in partnership with our partner universities. The Alliance is pleased to be offering School Direct training again in 2020/21.

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          We will be recruiting for the following School Direct (unsalaried) courses for 2020/2021

          • Biology
          • Chemistry
          • Computing
          • Drama
          • English
          • Geography
          • History
          • Mathematics
          • Music
          • Physics
          • Religious Education

          Successful completion of this course leads to qualified teacher status (QTS) and a postgraduate certificate in education (PGCE) with Masters credits.

          Visit UCAS teacher training course search and type in ‘RTSA’ in the ‘search for a training provider’ box for further information.   Please  note that all applications for School Direct must be made via UCAS.  

          Subject Knowledge Enhancement

          Remember, if your degree isn’t in the subject you wish to teach, you may be eligible for a funded course to increase your subject knowledge before starting your training.

          Please check our school website and twitter feed for information on recruitment events and observation days or contact rtsa@waldegrave.org.uk.  

          Secondary Schools

          Please see the list below of the secondary schools in this partnership offering School Direct places for 2020 entry. For further information on all of our Alliance schools see their websites below:

          General information about the School Direct Programme (training and salaried routes) from the Department for Education can be found here.

          Partner Universities:

          Roehampton University is our partner HEI for the following subjects (training routes): Biology, Chemistry, Computing, Drama, English, Geography, History, Mathematics, Modern Languages, Music, Physics. Click here to view the School Direct page on their website

          St Mary's University is our partner HEI for  Religious Education - Click here to view their website

          Qualifications:

          The teaching profession looks for the highest quality candidates, so you will need to meet the following requirements before you can be accepted for teacher training.

          • Hold and be able to provide certificated evidence of having an undergraduate degree conferred by a UK university or an equivalent qualification. Most successful applicants will have 2:1 degree classification or better, a candidate with a 2:2 degree classification will be considered, if he or she is able to provide additional evidence of potential, such as the award of a higher degree or substantial relevant professional experience.

          • Have achieved at least a grade C or above in both Mathematics and English Language GCSEs (or approved equivalents). If you do not currently hold a GCSE grade C or above in Mathematics and English Language, please note that we accept the equivalency tests in both Mathematics and English offered by Equivalency Testing.

          • For PE and Science subjects you will also need at least a C grade in GCSE Science.

          • Teaching is physically and mentally demanding, and there are fitness requirements set by the Department for Education for applicants to initial teacher training programmes. Please see the Roehampton and St Marys University websites for further details.

          Further requirements

          If you studied outside of the UK, you should visit the National Academic Recognition Centre (NARIC) to find out whether your qualifications are of an equivalent level to UK GCSEs, A levels and an undergraduate degree.

          References

          You will need to provide two references to accompany your UCAS application. Your application cannot be processed without them. We recommend that you start your references early as often this element of the application process is the slowest.

          School Observations

          We recommend that applicants spend some time observing lessons in a UK secondary school.  All observational experience should provide an opportunity to gain insight into teaching, learning and reflection upon the professional responsibilities of teachers.

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