A degree in a strand of science or applied science, with 60% of the content in a relevant National Curriculum science area (from life processes and living things; materials and their properties; physical processes) Ability to demonstrate a high level of competence and confidence in your own scientific subject knowledge across the sciences Recent experience of shadowing teachers in a science department in a secondary school GCSE grade C or above (or equivalent) in English and mathematics. Please consult the following guidance on GCSE and equivalent qualifications for entry to initial teacher training courses before applying. If your qualification is not listed please contact us for clarification. Interview and Selection Once your application has been forwarded to subject staff, your suitability is individually assessed. If you appear suitable, you will be offered an interview where you are required to sit a short subject specific interview/ examination. The main purpose of the interview is to: give you an insight into the nature of the course, the teaching profession and to assess your commitments to it explore your subject strengths and areas for development assess your ability to communicate effectively in spoken and written English arrange a partnership school visit as necessary answer all of your questions
Months of entry
If you have an interest in all aspects of science; but in particular life processes and living things and enjoy investigating this in a practical setting, then our biology course will suit you. Our course looks at the key ideas which underpin the teaching of science in schools today and the way children's understanding of concepts develops.
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Qualification and course duration
Course contact details
- University of Wolverhampton
- 0800 953 3222