Teaching Insight Programme

The Eltham College Teaching Insight Programme serves as an empowering platform, offering a guiding light to individuals from historically under-represented backgrounds who aspire to embark on a rewarding career in teaching.

Our unwavering dedication to fostering an inclusive environment serves as the cornerstone of our educational ethos. We hold diversity in high regard, understanding its significance in shaping a vibrant and enriching learning environment. Embracing this ethos, we emphasise the importance of representation within our teaching community, striving to create an atmosphere where every student finds resonance and connection with their mentors and educators.

Our Teaching Insight Programme is just one of several initiatives carefully crafted to bridge gaps, fostering a more inclusive educational landscape. At Eltham College, we are unwavering in our commitment to cultivating a teaching community that mirrors the diverse world our students inhabit, paving the way for a brighter, more inclusive future in education.

For more details about the programme and to access the application form, we encourage you to explore our brochure. If you have any further queries or require additional information, please reach out to Mark Chesterton at [email protected].

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