Teacher Training in South East London
Dulwich College in London, a member of the Headmasters’ and Headmistresses’ Conference Group (HMC) is an academically selective independent boys’ school in south London.
The College has a long-standing reputation for producing some of the finest actors, musicians, sportsmen and writers in the country.
Meet the South East London Hub Leader - Catherine Juyol
Catherine is a languages teacher with over 20 years’ classroom experience, spanning state schools in Wales and Cheshire, an international school in Malaysia, a grammar school in New Zealand and a London independent school. She gained her BA (joint honours) in French and Spanish from Cardiff University and her PGCE from the University of Swansea.
She has worked on a number of local, collaborative projects, including producing resources for the EBACC, working as part of the London Schools for Excellence and Southwark Schools Learning Partnership. Before taking on the role of NML SCITT Hub Leader, she was awarded the role of ‘Exceptional Teacher’ at Dulwich College which involved mentoring colleagues and developing training opportunities.
She is interested in developing teaching, sharing best practice, Initial Teacher Training, media and technology in the classroom and formative feedback; as well as Spanish and Latin American cinema, art and literature.
Hub Partner Schools
As part of your teacher training course in London, you will work in two contrasting schools to gain hands-on classroom experience.
If you train to teach in our London hub you could have a placement in one of our South East London partner schools.
An independent mixed school in Dulwich, South London welcoming pupils between 4-18.
A mixed, all-through school located in Southwark, London. The school caters for children from nursery age through to sixth form.
A mixed, Roman Catholic secondary school (11-16) in Bromley, Greater London.
A co-educational 11–16 inclusive/comprehensive school with a sports centre in the Royal Borough of Kingston upon Thames.
A co-educational day and boarding independent school in Chigwell, in the Epping Forest district of Essex, England. It consists of a pre-prep, Junior School, Senior School and sixth form.
An 11-18 academy set in a state of the art campus in Tulse Hill, South London.
A co-educational independent day school in Horn Park in the London Borough of Greenwich, and one of the oldest schools in London.
Situated just a stone’s throw away from the famous neighbourhood of Camden Town, CFBL was founded in 2011 on the premises of the former Kingsway College.
A mixed 11-16 school which opened in 2013 in Southwark, south London.
A purpose-built campus which opened in 2009. Students benefit from a very generous computer/student ratio: a purpose-built sports hall, dance studio and fitness room, and an astroturf outside area.
A mixed, independent day school in Battersea, south-west London, for students from Year 6 to sixth form.
A secondary school and sixth form located in Beckenham in the London Borough of Bromley.
A secondary school in St John’s Wood, North London. It is a 7 form-entry non-selective co-educational academy.
A selective, mixed sixth form in central London, catering to students from areas of socio-economic deprivation.
A selective girls’ grammar school with a mixed sixth form in Orpington, Kent.
An independent girls’ day school (11-18) which occupies four large houses on Harley Street in central London.
A boys’ selective secondary school in Orpington, Greater London.
A Roman Catholic secondary school for boys and mixed sixth form, located in Nunhead, south-east London.
An independent school for 4-18 year old girls located in south-east London.
A Roman Catholic secondary school and sixth form located in Purley, in the London borough of Croydon.
An independent boys’ day school with a mixed sixth form, located in Shirley Park in the London borough of Croydon.
A mixed, independent day and boarding school, located in Westminster, central London.
An independent day school with limited boarding in South Croydon, London.