“The Rural Learn to Teach programme cohort is now well into their studies having had their induction week in October and their first Saturday hub in December. Saturday 11th January brought them together for a full day of reading comprehension, lesson planning and having a presence in the classroom with the learners. A great day of stimulating conversation, clear understanding as the students were relating practice to research and positive relationship building as they are getting to know each other.” Aileen Mackaycohortcognitionrecipricol reading slide

“The Rural Learn to Teach has allowed me to make my dream of teaching a reality. It is an intense 18 months packed full of learning and work, but the support and encouragement from all the tutors is second to none.” Zoe Livings (RLTT graduate 2019)

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