ECF with Tudor Grange Teaching School Hub

Using a DfE-funded training provider through your designated Teaching School Hub has been designed to be the simplest option and the one the DfE expect most schools to use. Provision offered by Tudor Grange TSH is fully funded so there are no costs for schools. Lead providers will be inspected by Ofsted so schools can be assured that this training will remain high-quality. 

State-funded schools can choose to work with one of 6 providers accredited by DfE. This is sometimes referred to as a ‘full induction programme’. 

Providers include: 

  • Ambition Institute 
  • Best Practice Network (home of Outstanding Leaders Partnership) 
  • Capita with lead academic partner the University of Birmingham 
  • Education Development Trust 
  • Teach First 
  • UCL Institute of Education 

DfE have chosen these providers by a fair and open procurement process. They will be subject to a quality assurance mechanism through Ofsted inspection to ensure the best support for schools and teachers. 

Schools using a DfE-funded provider will not need to provide additional information to an appropriate body to demonstrate they have an ECF-based induction in place. However, they will still require an appropriate body for their early career teachers to ensure other aspects of induction meet statutory requirements. 

Register your ECTs with Tudor Grange Teaching School Hub 

If you need to register please access the links below. You will need to register Tudor Grange Teaching School Hub as your delivery partner with the EDT (our Lead Provider) and the DfE (to get funding). 

Schools have been sent an email from the DfE with an expiring link on it to register. If you do not believe you have had this (it will have gone to Heads or school offices) please click here for guidance on how to obtain a new link. 

If you would like to talk through options available to your school please get in touch via – 

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