We are fortunate to work with a wide range of partner schools who give trainees the full spectrum of experience across a wide range of educational settings. We are purposely working with schools who share a common vision of education and are passionate about developing the best new teachers to support both our locality and the future of teaching on a wider scale.

Altrincham Girls' Grammar School

An exceptionally high achieving academy for girls aged 11 to 18, rated outstanding by Ofsted, with a long tradition of sporting and cultural achievements.

ESSA Academy

ESSA Academy subscribe to a universal belief in the mission, ‘All Will Succeed’, ensuring access to the most outstanding resources and a strong sense of belonging, ownership and community which underpins their work.

Rumworth School

Rumworth School is an 11-19 provision for children who have a range of learning difficulties and additional needs. Rumworth cater for up to 240 students who have Moderate Learning Difficulties, Severe Learning Difficulties, Complex Needs, Autistic Spectrum Conditions, Hearing Impairment, Visual Impairment, Physical Disability, and Social, Emotional and Mental Health Needs.

Thornleigh Salesian College

Thornleigh Salesian College is a Roman Catholic secondary school in Bolton.

Ladybridge High School

Ladybridge is a thriving high school in the Bolton community and is officially, UNICEF's Top Fundraising School.

Egerton Community Primary School


An oversubscribed outstanding local primary school which has excellent existing links with Turton and are keen to develop new teachers across a primary setting.

St John the Evangelist RC Primary School


St John the Evangelist School is one of a network of Roman Catholic Schools within the Salford Diocese. As such, they are committed to the values, customs and traditions of the Roman Catholic Church.

Turton Belmont Community Primary School

Eagley Infant and Junior Schools

At Eagley, we value all our children and do our best to find opportunities for everyone to find their talents. We place a lot of emphasis on academic achievement but believe that a well-rounded curriculum is vital for future well-being. We devote time to creative activities, particularly drama and music, have many successful sports teams and were one of the first schools in Bolton to introduce Forest Schools.

High Lawn Primary & Nursery School

As our motto, ‘Opportunity and Achievement’ suggests, we aim to provide every child with a wide range of opportunities to succeed. We deliver an exciting and ‘unique’ curriculum, one which stimulates children’s imagination and helps them to develop a love for learning and a thirst for knowledge!

Highfield Primary School

We believe the years spent in primary education are the most valuable in terms of the development of skills, acquiring the right attitudes towards learning, becoming independent, self-disciplined and self-motivated learners and, most importantly, maintaining and building self-esteem in order to be successful.