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Stokesley School - Back to School Day

Stokesley School


Are you someone who is considering a career in teaching? Are you eager to find out more about the profession and how to begin your training?

In conjunction with NYCC, Stokesley School will be hosting a ‘Back to School Day’ that will allow potential teacher trainees to gain a true insight into the profession.

The event will take place on the 27th of February between 9:30am and 12:30pm at Stokesley School. It will begin with a presentation from The White Rose Teaching Alliance and a York St. John University representative. They will aim to give you more information about the details surrounding teacher training courses, giving you a clearer picture of how your training year will be structured.

You will then have the opportunity to observe a lesson, giving you the chance to gain a better insight into how lessons are structured and what planning is required. The day will then conclude with a presentation from a newly qualified teacher who will discuss their experience of teacher training and aim to give you some useful tips and advice on how to approach your training year.

If you are considering beginning a career in teaching, this is a great event that will provide you with some useful information and guidance.

To register for the ‘Back to School Day’, please contact the Resourcing Solutions team on

We look forward to seeing you there. 

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