About HART of Yorkshire SCITT

High quality initial teacher training facilitated by outstanding school practitioners.

Thinking of becoming a teacher?

Why not train with us?

HART of Yorkshire SCITT operates as an independent provider of initial teacher training. Our programme runs across 40 schools in North Yorkshire. with a further 21 schools in the West Yorkshire area.  Our cutting edge training draws upon the best research and development across the globe, with nationally acclaimed trainers who prepare trainees for a successful career.

We offer a Post Graduate Certificate in Education (60 Master credits) with Northumbria University.
Teaching is a challenging and highly rewarding career. Working with children to develop their personal, social and intellectual capacities brings great personal satisfaction.
You could train to teach either part-time or full-time.

Becoming a successful teacher is a process that requires support and training of the highest quality. Quality initial teacher training is an essential foundation for your early career pathway. We are able to provide a personalised training programme for each of our trainees.  HART of Yorkshire staff members are very accessible and trainees feel well supported and listened to. We are renowned for producing sound, experienced and reflective Newly Qualified Teachers who are sought after by schools.

100% of our trainees found a job last year.

Teaching Expertise

The central training elements are delivered by lead teachers, senior leaders of education and national leaders of education who still in the school system and are able to share with trainees the very real demands, challenges and joys of primary teaching today.

We take up to 30 trainees a year across our full-time, part-time and school direct programmes.  Successful candidates are offered a place within one day of being interviewed.

 Is Teaching for me?

Am I...
  • Enthusiastic about teaching?
  • Energetic and hardworking?
  • Reflective and evaluative?
  • A good communicator and listener, with a sense of humour?
  • Adaptable and flexible?
  • Able to use my initiative?
  • Passionate about learning?
  • Imaginative and creative?
  • Able to inspire and enthuse?
  • Well organised, focused and determined?
  • Resilient and able to cope with pressure?
  • Able to work in a team with other adults?
  • Able to be reflective, to listen and act on advice?
Am I looking for...
  • A life-changing experience?
  • A new challenge?
  • A fulfilling career?
  • Every day to be different?
  • To work with young children and make a difference to their lives?
If the answer is yes, then take the first step and apply – don’t delay as places go quickly!


Fantastic SEN teaching, I had been working with SEN children when I was a TA and was ticking off all of the areas as they were teaching, there were even some elements I hadn’t known about.