Degree awarded by a British university or equivalent qualification, plus O level or GCSE at grades A*–C or equivalent in English language, mathematics (for all phases) and science, preferably double science for primary only; A level French or equivalent experience/expertise required for French specialism in primary; experience of working with children in a paid or voluntary role and in primary classrooms required. For all pathways, except FE Learning and Skills, you must have passed the government’s Professional Skills Tests before interview: www.education.gov.uk/getinto- teaching/apply-for-teacher-training/skills-tests; enhanced Disclosure and Barring Service check required
Months of entry
This programme involves three main phases. The first emphasises the teaching of key concepts and learning about planning, behaviour management, use of ICT and the development of literacy and numeracy. The second explores issues such as teaching diversity, inclusion, and the wider 16 to 19 curriculum. The third phase links the feedback from mentors, tutors and self-reflection to create a rounded practitioner. Much time will be spent on placement learning in the classroom environment.
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Qualification and course duration
Course contact details
- Social and Human Sciences
- 023 8059 3473