Train to Teach at Swindon Academy or Nova Hreod Academy

If you are interested in learning more about training to teach with United Learning, please contact  Daria on daria.minczak@swindon-academy.org

About United Learning

Swindon Academy and Nova Hreod Academy are part of United Learning, a national group of schools working to bring out the best in everyone.  At United Learning we’re an ambitious and growing group of primary and secondary schools across England, spanning the state and independent sectors.  Our focus is simple and unswerving – to provide an excellent education to all our pupils. Nova Hreod Academy and Swindon Academy are a cluster within United Learning.  They offer the opportunity to train in either the Primary or Secondary Phase.  

Training While You Teach

United Teaching is the initial teacher training programme, run by United Learning that offers the opportunity for you to train to be a teacher.  Allowing you to teach from day one enables you to get the teaching qualifications you need without going back to university and without delaying the start of your career.  You can train for a PGCE as well, earning 60 Masters-level credits along the way.

By training with United Teaching you will:

  • Be able to achieve the professional qualifications necessary for a career in teaching
  • Be part of world-class training led by outstanding schools, with sessions delivered by national educationalists
  • Receive individual support and mentoring from our teachers of excellence
  • Have the opportunity to gain a wide range of experience with your choice of primary or secondary schools
  • Have access to continuous professional development beyond your initial training period
  • Enjoy a structured pathway throughout your career at United Learning

If you would like to read more about the programme, please go to: Welcome to United Teaching or you can download the programme booklet here.

Nova Hreod Academy and Swindon Academy are a cluster within United Learning. They offer the opportunity to train in either the Primary or Secondary Phase.