Yorkshire Anglican Learning and Education Partnership (YALEP) is a warm, welcoming and inclusive teaching school alliance. We have 14 Strategic Partners and more than 50 Alliance Members from a range of faith and non-faith schools throughout Kirklees, Calderdale, Barnsley, Wakefield and North Yorkshire, to offer a rich and diverse pathway for our trainees.
Yorkshire Anglican Learning and Education Partnership is based in the Lancashire and West Yorkshire Region and is led by Scissett CE Academy which was formally a Teaching School.
One of the great strengths of training with us is that you become a staff member from day one. We have a no compromise approach to delivering quality training. Trainees are placed in good and/or outstanding schools from a wide range of backgrounds. Our bespoke package will ensure that you have the opportunity to strengthen your skills and deepen your understanding through training, support and a personalised approach.
Yorkshire Anglican Learning and Education Partnership works with two providers, the Kirklees and Calderdale SCITT and Huddersfield University to deliver exceptional training to our students at primary and special school. Applications are welcome from candidates of all faiths and backgrounds.
School Direct- Kirklees and Calderdale SCITT
We are proud to be partners with Kirklees and Calderdale SCITT. Trainees selecting this option receive training through our School Direct Programme. Trainees are in school 4 days per week with 1 day at the SCITT base. Trainees are placed in the same school for the majority of the year, with a short alternative key stage placement in the Spring Term.
School Direct enables graduates to develop close links with local schools as well as receiving training from Kirklees SCITT, whilst training to teach at Primary level.
University of Huddersfield
We are proud to be partners with The University of Huddersfield. Trainees selecting this option receive training through a P.G.C.E Programme, receiving tuition at the Huddersfield University Campus. Trainees complete two alternate placements, one longer and one shorter. The training enables a developmental approach with self engagement, self assessment and target setting in order to build on strengths.
The P.G.C.E. route allows trainees to experience university life whilst training in a focused and structured teaching environment.
Follow THIS link to see School direct teaching options on the DfE APPLY system.
For further information please email: firstname.lastname@example.org
To apply to work with us and Kirklees & Calderdale SCITT please CLICK HERE
To apply to work with us and the University of Huddersfield please CLICK HERE
Our Primary courses for 2021 are now closed, but we will re-open in October 2021 for September 2022. We will have a number of tuition fee places available.
Training and Courses
Yorkshire Anglican Learning and Education Partnership work closely with Calderdale and Kirklees Teaching School Hub to provide training for a range of development courses.
Please find below a list of the courses we currently have available
- Coaching and Mentoring - How to support colleagues effectively and professionally
- Governing in Uncertain Times - A course for any governors across all phases
- Making Learning Happen - Supporting catch up
- Social and Emotional Learning - Skills for Life and Learning
- Teaching Assistant Development Programme