Train to teach
School Direct can be seen as more hands on, getting the chance to learn ‘on the job’. However you shouldn’t worry about being thrown in at the deep end. You will be part of a team from the very start, receiving intensive support from experienced teachers and mentors. That means you will not be teaching classes unsupported until the school thinks you are ready. Another great thing about School Direct is that unlike the University led-routes you will know the group of schools that you will be placed at and in some cases exactly which school. This gives you the opportunity if you so wish to go into the school/department before your course starts to meet the team, observe some lessons and help you settle in quickly, removing any nerves you may have. However it is not an expectation that you complete this if you have commitments. Follow the link for more information.
On Thursday 19th September over 25 lucky students enjoyed an elite experience at one of the countries most prestigious golf courses.
The students had front row seats to see some of the world’s best golfers competing at the premier European Tour event.
Students represented Invictus from Crestwood, Kinver, Leasowes, Pedmore and Wombourne, they behaved impeccably and took the opportunity to get autographs, signed gloves and balls AND selfies with some of the best players on the planet.
A highlight of the day (aside from the GREAT weather) was the 10 minute chat our students had with Sky Sports presenter Nick Doherty who had just finished a live interview with Solheim Cup winner Georgia Hall. Nick spoke to our students at length about their day and their passion for golf and sport!
A full gallery of the magnificent day is available on the Invictus Sport Facebook Page
The Invictus Education Trust Open Evening season kicked off last night with a tremendous event at Leasowes High School. Hundreds of Year 6 students and their families joined us for a night of tasters and exhibitions, displaying the finest that Leasowes and Invictus has to offer. Our current student leaders were outstanding as always, acting as perfect hosts and tour guides to ensure everyone had a great evening.
Headteacher, Mr Mynott and his team would like to thank all that attended, students that volunteered and school staff that go above and beyond to create such a fantastic event.
We do it all again on Thursday evening! If you missed out on Tuesday or would like to come and see us again please do, Thursday 19th September, 6.30pm-8.30pm.
There is a small gallery from the evening available on our Facebook Page
Photographs have been cancelled for Wednesday 25th September, we will advise of a new date shortly.
Could all new Year 7s, this week, please bring a packed lunch or money for lunch. Meal costs £2.40. Lunch cards will be issued shortly.