Become a teacher!

Applications are now open to train to teach with Arthur Terry SCITT, starting September 2024!

Placement schools across North Birmingham.

Early Career Teachers

Building foundations for a successful career.

National Professional Qualifications 2024 – 2025

We are now taking registrations of interest for a NPQ in 2024 – 2025

Train to Teach

SCITT Prospectus

Early Career Teachers



The Arthur Terry Teaching School Hub, North Birmingham is one of 11 teaching school hubs in the West Midlands serving schools in North Birmingham.

Over the last 9 years, we have worked collaboratively with a range of organisations across the region to develop and share skills and expertise whilst making a demonstrable and sustainable impact on learning communities.

Our core purpose as the Arthur Terry Teaching School Hub, North Birmingham is to deliver teacher and leadership training and development, focussing in particular on the Department for Education’s (DfE) ‘golden thread’ of ITT, the Early Career Framework and National Professional Qualifications.

Teaching School Hub: Term 3 Newsletter

Read all about the new NPQ funding guidance (for autumn 2024), registering ECTs, becoming a facilitator & much more

Download here

Introducing the Early Career Framework

Find out everything you need to know about the changes to statutory induction for early career teachers from September 2021.

The Arthur Terry TSH, North Birmingham is working with the Educational Development Trust to deliver the fully funded Full Induction Programme to school in North Birmingham.

Find out about the options for schools


Find out what our Associate Teachers think of us

Designated as a SCITT in 2012, we have successfully trained over 300 teachers. Our SCITT teachers are highly sought after and our latest data shows that 95% have been employed in the region with many going on to secure leadership roles. The SCITT’s success has been built on building a robust collaborative partnership with regional schools, enhanced by a strong delivery team of outstanding subject specialists, who are still practising teachers.