Former National Modern Languages SCITT trainees reunited at an alumni event
National Modern Languages SCITT (NML SCITT) alumni have been reunited at a celebration event at Dulwich College, our Southeast London Hub. Celebrating five years of SCITT training at Dulwich College, the event was a chance for NML SCITT alumni to network, reconnect with old friends, celebrate achievements and reunite with former mentors and staff from NML SCITT.
Over the past five years, Dulwich College has trained over 100 Maths, Physics and Modern Foreign Languages teachers and this event was organised as a celebration of the amazing work they have achieved since completing their training.
Taking place at Dulwich College, the event included a drinks reception, canapes and inspirational speeches by Master of Dulwich College, Dr Joe Spence and Deputy Master External of Dulwich College, Dr Cameron Pyke.
Dr Joe Spence speaking at the event.
Since completing their training, NML SCITT alumni have gone on to become Modern Foreign Languages teachers with many now running their own languages departments in schools. They were able to provide invaluable advice, guidance and inspiration to current NML SCITT trainees who also attended the event.
Katrin Sredzki-Seamer, Director of NML SCITT, said: “We are so proud of our alumni and current trainees, and it was lovely to catch-up with them. It’s great to see that so many of our alumni have flourished, and to hear about their incredible achievements since finishing their training. Knowing they are continuing the amazing work in inspiring the future generation in learning languages is truly amazing.
“Thank you to Dulwich College for organising such a great event.”
It’s not too late to apply to our teacher training course in Modern Foreign Languages starting in August this year. Find out more on our website.