aildon CE Primary School has engaged with a number of teaching training providers over the last three years and is fully committed to high quality training.

As a school, we have been associated with a number of providers of ITT over the years, but, for the last two years, we have had SCITT students through Bradford Birth to 19 teaching school and supported Leeds Trinity University in their programme.

Working closely with Leeds Trinity University, and with support from our strategic partners and member schools, we can continue to develop the capacity of our trainees being able to place trainees within the alliance in a wide range of settings.


s a school, we value the contribution which Music, Art and Sport play in the wellbeing of our pupils and towards the achievement throughout school.

We feel that our expertise in these areas is not one currently being offered by any of the teaching schools around and recognise this as a unique asset which we can offer to schools.