A degree awarded by a British university or an equivalent standard in other qualifications approved by the University, plus O level or GCSE at grades A*–C (or equivalent) in English language, and mathematics (for both Primary and Secondary) and in science, preferably a double or triple award, for Primary only. Experience of working with children in a paid or voluntary role and experience in primary or secondary classrooms required. For both Primary and Secondary pathways, you must have passed the government’s Professional Skills Tests before commencing the course: sta.education.gov.uk An enhanced Disclosure and Barring Service check required.
Months of entry
Primary education courses are available in general primary and in primary with maths specialism. You will be trained to teach children aged five to 11 years and to become an informed, reflective and enquiring professional. You will learn how to plan, teach and assess across the primary curriculum and how to manage and organise a classroom.
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Course contact details
- Social and Human Sciences
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