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Good Teacher Training Guide ranks University of Bristol programmes in top five

19 April 2017

The University of Bristol has been rated as one of the best in England for secondary teacher training by Higher Education Institutes.

The Good Teacher Training Guide 2017 has rated Initial Teaching Education programmes at the University of Bristol in the top five for secondary teacher training at Higher Education Institutions in England.

Professor Keri Facer, interim Head of School at the Graduate School of Education, said: "We are very proud of our outstanding Initial Teacher Education here at Bristol. It is rightly recognised as a fantastic foundation for new teachers to build great careers and make a difference to young people. 

"At Bristol, our students get access to the latest professional knowledge, research and innovations as well as a great hands-on experience in supportive school environments."

Further information

The Good Teacher Training Guide 2017 considered the entry qualifications of trainees, course quality (Ofsted grade) and how many trainees achieve qualified teacher status after completing courses in 2014-15 to compile tables of the top providers.

Find out more about teacher training at the University of Bristol from the Graduate School of Education.

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