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Teaching is one of the most rewarding careers you can choose; you will change lives, inspire young minds and educate the future custodians of our world.

Part of the Morris TSA role is to help recruit the highest quality candidates into our region and to train and support them into becoming excellent teachers and leaders for our young people.

You can apply to Morris TSA to train to teach using our School School Direct courses.  These are teacher training programmes of study that have been developed in partnership between schools and accredited providers. They are either salaried or non-salaried.  Morris TSA works closely with The Cambridge Teaching School Network (CTSN), who is our ITT accrediting partner, to provide our School Direct courses. Our salaried School Direct course will give the trainee Qualified Teacher Status (QTS) and our non-salaried course will give the trainee PGCE from the University of Greenwich as well as QTS.

For further guidance on what the differences are between salaried and non-salaried School Direct in terms of course and financial implications, please see our primary guide and our secondary guide.  Further information regarding the different routes into teaching can be found on the Teach in Cambs website or the Get Into Teaching website.

Morris TSA also has partnerships with The Cambridge and Suffolk Schools Alliance, the The Cambridge Partnership and the University of Cambridge who offer a PGCE.

For more information you are invited to attend our Teacher Training Information Evenings on the following dates:

Presentation at 6pm – close 7.30pm

27th November – Cavalry Primary School, March PE15 9EQ
22nd January – Witchford Village College, Ely CB6 2JA
18th March – Bottisham Village College, Cambridge CB25 9DLG