Published: 26 June 2007 at 14:20
A primary initial teacher training short inspection report from Ofsted, has commended Anglia Ruskin University for providing primary initial teacher training courses in partnership with around 700 schools from the East of England and London.
The inspection, which ranked the University as ‘Good’, was carried out by a team of inspectors in accordance with the Ofsted Handbook for the Inspection of Initial Teacher Training (2005-2011). During the time of the Inspection, the team looked at the management and quality assurance arrangements in place for the courses. At the time of the inspection there was a total of 379 students in primary teacher training.
Anglia Ruskin University’s Faculty of Education runs a three-year full-time undergraduate route to initial teacher training, a two-year part-time undergraduate progression route, and a one-year Postgraduate Certificate of Education (PGCE) programme.
Dr Linda Amrane-Cooper, Head of Initial Professional Studies, at the Faculty of Education, said:
Over 500 teachers, teaching assistants and Early Years specialists graduate from the Faculty each year, making Anglia Ruskin University a major force in the staffing of schools and nurseries across the Eastern Region.