Teacher Training in East Anglia
The Royal Hospital School is an independent co-educational boarding and day school for 11-18 year olds, providing an outstanding, full and broad education enriched by a unique naval heritage and fit for the modern world. Founded in 1712 in Greenwich, London, it moved to its spectacular site, set in 200 acres of Suffolk countryside overlooking the River Stour, in 1933. The School has continued to develop its spectacular purpose-built site and grow in size and reputation to become one of East Anglia’s leading independent schools.
Why choose to train for PGCE in East Anglia Hub?
East Anglia includes the counties of Norfolk, Suffolk and Cambridgeshire and plays host to a range of medieval towns, quaint villages and cities, and is surrounded by beautiful countryside and a stunning coastline. Studying in East Anglia means that you will get the best of everything!
Meet Katrin Sredzki-Seamer - NML SCITT Director and Hub Lead for East Anglia
Katrin is Director at NML SCITT and will be the Hub leader for the East Anglia on a temporary basis. German is her native language and, having successfully completed her MA in Interpreting and Translation in English, Spanish and Russian, she achieved a Certificate of Proficiency in English from the University of Cambridge, followed by a PGCE MFL Secondary in German and Spanish (University of Nottingham). She remained in England and her career as a language teacher began.
She has worked at Silverdale School in Sheffield since 2002 and became Head of German in 2004 progressing to become Head of Languages in 2007 which eventually led to her current role. She is enjoying making a contribution to teacher supply as the Director for the National Modern Languages SCITT.