GASP Motor Project Award Winner

Our huge congratulations go to Sean Simmonds who last night received an award from the GASP Motor ...

Antarctica Expedition Presentation

On Wednesday 12th October, Therfield School had an exciting visit from Alexander Finch. He had rec...

Art & Photography Exhibition 2016

  The A-Level Art and Photography Exhibition will be open to students, parents and all staff on W...

Guys And Dolls Performance

  “Therfield School are thrilled at the response we have had about our performance of Guys and Do...

  • Sixth Form Applications

  • GASP Motor Project Award Winner

  • Antarctica Expedition Presentation

  • Art & Photography Exhibition 2016

  • Guys And Dolls Performance

Looking to become a teacher?

Therfield is proud to be part of Teach Surrey, an alliance of Outstanding teaching schools and their associated partner schools based in and around Surrey. We work with George Abbot SCITT, a highly respected and well-established provider of school-based Initial Teacher Training to offer School Direct teacher training placements.  Teach Surrey offers full and part-time and salaried and unsalaried training placements in a wide range of subjects as well as offering primary teacher training.

George Abbot SCITT has over 13 years’ experience leading School Centred Initial Teacher Training and has trained over 300 teachers, the vast majority of whom went on to work in Surrey schools with many now in positions of responsibility.  Both Ofsted and our past trainees have rated George Abbot “Outstanding” as a Provider.

School Direct training with Teach Surrey leads to the award of Qualified Teacher Status (QTS) and trainees have the option to study for a PGCE at Masters level as well as the option of specialising in Special Educational Needs.  

For more information, click on the logo below to visit the George Abbot SCITT website.