1. Choose 1 to 3 Schools that run the course you are interested in.
2. Enter the specific code of the courses you want to apply for:
3. Fill in the rest of the application form - this will be sent to each school you apply for.
4. Contact your referees and let them know they need to have your reference ready.
5. Upload your form to UCAS
6. Your form will only become visible to trainers once your references have come through to UCAS.
7. Your form will be sent to the Training partner for each school e.g. Leeds Trinity University. They will be vetted for qualifications. If you have all the correct qualifications, your form will then be sent to each school you have applied for.
8. If you meet all the requirements you will be invited to an interview or interviews. St Anthony's only requires candidates to attend 1 school-based interview.
Once the application portal is open for the 2021-22 courses, you will be able to search for further details about our courses. Once you have accessed the search tool you can find our courses by entering St Anthony's Primary Learning PArtnership in the 'Search for a training provider or select region' box. Then when you have hit search, you should click on one of the red, underlined 'Primary' entries.
We will keep the website updated with news of the next stages of application. Please visit regularly to get news of the latest developments.
When you are completing your application, you will be given three choices of course or provider. As well as entering the name of the provider or providers of your choice, you will need to add a course code to enable the UCAS system to easily link your application to the right course:
PGCE Primary 3-7 Years - UCAS code 2NZ4
PGCE Primary 5-11 Years - UCAS code 2NZ3
Once you have completed your application with the appropriate references, it will be available to view by the course provider or providers that you have applied for.
Our Academic Partner, Leeds Trinity University processes the applications in the first instance, making sure that applications meet the basic qualifications criteria required for the course. The application will then be appraised by members of staff from the chosen schools, who will then decide if the applicant is eligible for an interview.
If an application is successful the applicant will be invited to attend an individual interview. A formal invitation will be sent by Leeds Trinity's Student Admissions team, but St Anthony's will also send details of the interview by email.
Once an invitation to an individual interview has been received the applicant must contact St Anthony's as soon as possible to confirm their availability. If an applicant is unable to make an interview or has decided not to pursue their application they must also inform us of this as soon as possible.
The interview will be held here at St Anthony's and will take place in a single afternoon. Details of the structure and timing of the interview day will be provided once an applicant has been invited to interview.
NB. Due to COVID restrictions, all current interviews will be conducted via Zoom. All interviewees will receive full details of the interview process and procedures in advance and any limitations of the online platform will be taken into account when deciding the interview outcome.
If an applicant is successful a formal offer will be sent out by UCAS, but St Anthony's will also try to contact successful applicants as soon as a decision is made.
Unless otherwise indicated, all offers will be conditional until the candidate has met the course requirements which will be specified in the offer statement.
Once an offer has been made, an applicant has ten days after their last decision has been returned. Therefore a choice does not have to be made until a candidate's choice of three providers has informed the applicant whether or not they have an offer.
Finally, after an offer has been made unconditional, all prospective School Direct Teacher Trainees will be invited to a School Direct Induction day to be held at Leeds Trinity in the Summer.
The course will then commence at the beginning of the School Year in September.
If an application or interview does not meet requirements, UCAS will be informed of this and the application halted. If this does occur, applicants will be given formal notification by UCAS and Leeds Trinity's Student Admissions Department.
Whilst feedback is not possible if the application is halted at the short-listing stage, feedback will usually be given following the individual interview stage and should be requested from Leeds Trinity in the first instance.