GLF Schools

GLF Schools

GLF Schools was founded in 2012 in order to enable the federation of Glyn School (an academy in 2011) and Danetree Junior School. Together, we began our journey to become a MAT of more than 1000 talented staff working with over 10,000 children in 40 schools across 5 regions in southern England.

Our Schools

Caterham

Epsom

Oxfordshire

Reigate

SCITT Central Hub

SCITT Eastern Hub

SCITT London Boroughs Hub

SCITT Oxfordshire Hub

SCITT Portsmouth Central Hub

SCITT Portsmouth North Hub

SCITT South West Hub

SCITT Southern Hub

SCITT Swale Academies Hub

SCITT TSAT Deal Hub

SCITT TSAT Medway Hub

SCITT Thames Area Hub

SCITT West Sussex Hub

SCITT Western Hub

Wokingham

Why Choose Us?

First Rate Training Programme

As an accredited provider of Initial Teacher Training and a designated Teaching School Hub, we are able to provide you with a first rate professional training experience. All of our placement schools have significant experience in delivering Initial Teacher Training and are able to provide you with a consistently high quality setting throughout your training period.

GLF Project Research Scholarship

Our unique, newly launched GLF Project Research Scholarship awards selected candidates with the opportunity to conduct a fully funded research project, helping to Empower, Enable and Educate trainees further throughout the programme and within their teaching career.

Excellent Employment Opportunities

There are often opportunities for successful trainees to go on and work within their host school or group of schools following a successful training year. However, this is subject to schools' recruitment and selection process.

A Sound Induction Programme

In order to help you prepare for the year ahead you will be invited to attend an Induction Programme in June for one week.  This is a great opportunity to bond with your fellow trainees
and to share your ideas and experience with them.

High Quality Mentoring

Trainees will have access to a mentor with subject/phase specific expertise as well as knowledge and confidence in evidence based approaches to teaching. Mentors will provide input and guidance on the best evidenced ways of teaching their subject and phase. They will also offer personalised support and feedback on current areas of focus for teaching, reflecting on sequential and cumulative of the curriculum. You will meet with your mentor on a weekly basis, setting short and long term targets, reviewing your progress.

Alliance Based Training

Your training pathway will follow a bespoke and carefully devised Professional Studies Programme, delivered by our very best practitioners, one day per week. Training sessions take the form of seminars, lectures or workshops and focus on the development of both subject knowledge and pedagogical expertise. Placement schools also offer a professional development programme which you will be able to access when in school, to further support your development.

Contrast Between Host And Second Placement Schools

As we have partnerships within a diverse range of both secondary and primary schools,
we can offer you the chance to train within contrasting settings, thus greatly enhancing your training experience. 

Networking And Cross School Development Opportunities

Working within a successful partnership of schools means that you will be provided with opportunities to share good practice and visit other schools, thus benefitting from the expertise
of a wide range of highly skilled professionals.