Achieve with TELA Primary Teacher Training

Achieve with TELA Primary Teacher Training. Our ethos is to train, employ and grow our own teachers and future leaders in Leicestershire and the surrounding areas.

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Achieve have been involved in teacher training for over 10 years and have a proven track record of success. We have a 98% pass rate, 0% dropout rate and over 65% of our graduates find employment within our alliance of schools.

The experience and opportunities you will receive are invaluable. L Pole

We provide Schools Direct initial teacher training in primary and secondary education and work in partnership with three universities; University of Leicester; Loughborough University and Warwick University. All courses will lead to Qualified Teacher Status (QTS), Post Graduate Certificate in Education (PGCE) and Masters Credits.

A very supportive alliance. Talented staff with a passion to teach people how to teach. M McLellan

Our school based provision includes two high quality teaching placements with experienced and supportive mentors in two schools with varied age ranges, within a local hub model.

Our partnership Leicestershire schools all have a strong track record in teacher training and include outstanding providers. Some of our Alliance schools offering a placement(s) are:

  • Badgerbrook Primary School
  • Cosby Primary School
  • Hallbrook Primary School
  • Old Mill Primary School
  • Orchard Primary School
  • Richmond Primary School

(Your placement will be allocated subject to availability within the alliance. If you have a preference to a school, please let us know)

Where are we located?

We have a number of schools located in and around Leicester - find us here

Find out more

School Direct Primary PGCE

Website - Thomas Estley Learning Alliance

Contact - Jo Robotham 01455 253 263 ext 3206

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Routes into Teaching

The next Routes into Teaching event will be on Friday 7th December in the Fraser Noble Building at the School of Education, University of Leicester from 4.00 - 5.30pm.

To reserve your place, please go to this website