South East London hub
Dulwich College in London, a member of the Headmasters’ and Headmistresses’ Conference Group (HMC) is an academically selective independent boys’ school in South London.
Their primary duty is to ensure that all pupils are engaged in good learning, both in the classroom and beyond it; both in working towards examined syllabuses and in their free learning.
The College has a long-standing reputation for producing some of the finest actors, musicians, sportsmen and writers in the country.
Why train in South East London?
London's suburbs have a different feel to the city where it feels more like a community. There is a range of excellent cafe's, restaurants and shopping including weekly farmer's markets. South East London also benefits from well maintained parks and open spaces and with its accessible transport links, central London is only a stone's throw away.
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.
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Hub partner schools
As part of your teacher training course at the South East London hub, you will have the opportunity to get hands-on classroom experience in our partner schools.