Deyes High School is the lead school for AMP SCITT. Our commitment is to ensure that the next generation of teachers are equipped on every level to inspire young people of the future and deliver an educational experience and outstanding outcomes for all the children and young people in our care.
We believe that outstanding experience in the classroom will enthuse our trainees to become the next generation of outstanding teachers and leaders of education.
The Associated Merseyside Partnership SCITT (AMP) is a strong and collaborative partnership of schools and colleges leading school-led teacher training in the wider Merseyside area with a number of distinctive features that contribute to diversity and choice for trainees.
AMP has an excellent training and employment record. Their most recent cohort maintained a 100% pass rate with a grading of good or outstanding. They maintained their record of 100% of AMP trainees employed in the teaching profession for the start of the new school year.
The wide variety of partner schools is a major strength of the consortium. AMP offers trainees a teaching experience in a mixed comprehensive, an 11-18 school, a Roman Catholic school, a pupil referral unit, a studio school, a Special School or an Academy. The range of subject specialisms and awards to be found within AMP is exceptional.
In short AMP has friendly, well-equipped schools that offer a wide range of educational experiences and understand the needs of Initial Teacher Training.