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Almost 40 new teachers in Norfolk classrooms after training centre class of 2018 graduates

Norfolk Teacher Training Centre's class of 2018 newly qualified teachers collecting their results. Picture: City College Norwich

Norfolk Teacher Training Centre's class of 2018 newly qualified teachers collecting their results. Picture: City College Norwich

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Thirty-seven new teachers will be going into Norfolk classrooms after completing their training.

Norfolk Teacher Training centre (NTTC) has seen its latest cohort of trainee teachers earn their Qualified Teacher Status after completing a one-year course.

From 20 trainees in 2014/15, its first year, NTTC, which is part of City College Norwich, has more than doubled its intake and now has 52 trainees starting in September.

Since the start of the school year the group have been spending four days a week in Norfolk high schools, supported by mentors, and a day a week with the NTTC.

Caitlin Fradley, who completed placements at Alderman Peel High and Dereham Neatherd High, where she will be teaching from September, said: “It’s been hard, but it has been the best year ever. It’s been really brilliant. Getting involved in schools the way we do means that we are really part of the school experience.”


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