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Research and analysis

The benefits of initial teacher education partnerships

Ofsted good practice example showing how University of Durham initial teacher education partnership benefits schools and teachers.

Documents

University of Durham - primary - good practice example

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University of Durham - primary - good practice example

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This is one of two examples from the University of Durham that identify how an outstanding initial teacher education partnership can help schools, the university and teachers progressing into the first years of their careers.

The second example is about partnership working in the secondary phase.