Browse the courses we have available and check the entry requirements. Upon successful application, you might be eligible to take a Subject Knowledge Enhancement Course (SKE) to develop your subject knowledge prior to embarking upon your ITT course. You can find out more about GORSE SCITT’s Subject Knowledge Enhancement courses by clicking below.

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Once you have decided upon a postgraduate ITT course, Apply on the government website by clicking below. You can find our unique course codes on our primary and secondary subject pages.

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Track the progress of your application, see your interview date and be notified of an offer below. If at any point during any of your application process you require further assistance, please contact our team. Once we have received your application, we aim to respond to you within two working days.

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The Interview Process 

5-Minute Presentation

You will deliver a 5-minute presentation, without the use of technology, to the interview panel: make this engaging around your subject and/or phase. Aim to demonstrate that you have researched the relevant National Curriculars and can connect your experiences and studies to these areas.

Formal Interview

There will be a formal interview with senior leaders from the SCITT and partner schools. This is an opportunity for you to share with us why you want to be a teacher of your subject or phase. You will be asked subject or phase specific questions centred on the relevant National Curriculars and Programmes of Study- be sure to research these prior to your interview!

Written Tasks 

You will also complete various written tasks assessing your subject knowledge, numeracy and literacy skills and your attitudes towards education including the safeguarding of children.

If invited for an interview you will be expected to provide evidence of your qualifications, information about past experiences and education.

Entry Requirements

We are looking to select trainees with outstanding potential with a commitment and enthusiasm for working with young people. The academic requirements set out by the Department for Education to enter the profession are:

  • A grade C/Grade 4 (minimum) in GCSE English and Mathematics or equivalent. For primary applicants, you will also need a grade C/Grade 4 (or above) in Science
  • An honours degree, preferably in the chosen subject route (or equivalent verified through Ecctis)

Please be aware that as a SCITT we are unable to provide Visa sponsorship for overseas candidates.


Disclosure and Barring Checks

All successful applicants will be required to complete an enhanced DBS clearance prior to commencing the course in September. We will complete a right to work check and complete a disqualification and prohibition to teach check. Referees will be contacted for verification purposes.


GORSE SCITT will request you to complete a Health Check through Corazon Health Services prior to commencing the course to ensure you have the health and physical capability to teach. Appropriate adjustments will be made where necessary.

Equality and Diversity

GORSE SCITT is committed to providing a training and educational environment which recognises and celebrates diversity and removes barriers to individuals realising their full potential.