The Hereteach Alliance

The Hereteach Alliance is a growing network of experienced, innovative and enthusiastic teachers and staff with one aim: to create and deliver exceptional education. Our collaborative network of teachers employ their expertise, across primary, secondary and FE to deliver effective teacher training, recruit enthusiastic, talented people into teaching, nurture and mentor our NQTs and support teachers through their developing career.

What's On Calendar

Subject networks, training events, CPD courses, open mornings, mentor programmes, professional studies, NQT conferences or bespoke support events are taking place throughout the year across Herefordshire and beyond. Book your place for any event to access training, expertise or a network of support.

Please click on a 'circled' date to reveal what event(s) are available for booking.

Why train with the Hereteach Alliance?

  • Hereteach guarantees you a job interview at the end of the course where there is a vacancy in your subject or phase.
  • Hereteach School Direct placements mean you start the school year alongside other new colleagues. You begin as a teacher, rather than a 'trainee'.
  • Hereteach offers a variety of teaching experiences in high quality schools and departments or faculties.
  • Hereteach has proven, high retention rates for both School Direct trainee teachers and NQTs (Newly Qualified Teachers).
  • The Hereteach training programme thrives on a collaborative, supportive relationship between our seventeen schools and University of Worcester.
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Hereteach Teacher Training Alliance

Our School Direct teacher training alliance covers Herefordshire and parts of Shropshire and Worcester. Select where you would like to train in our varied, experienced schools to suit your needs. Our other interactive maps for subject networks and school to school support help you find out what events are taking place, which subjects networks are near you, who is involved and what impact this is having on pupils' learning and teachers' development.

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