Taught course

Modern Languages (German with French) - Pathfinder Consortium

Institution
University of York · Department of Educational Studies
Qualifications
PGCE

Entry requirements

Trainees come to the course with a range of qualifications, employment backgrounds and interests. Throughout the course you will be encouraged to work collaboratively, sharing this wealth of experience, knowledge and expertise.

We welcome applications from people with a degree in French, German or Spanish; the ability to teach more than one language (as a joint or subsidiary subject) is particularly welcomed. This will help us to secure school placements for you and will aid you in successfully securing a first teaching post.

Months of entry

September

Course content

The Pathfinder Teaching School Alliance is based at Archbishop Holgate’s School, an outstanding academy which is situated close to the city centre and the University of York. The alliance is made up of a host of both primary and secondary schools in and around York, all of which have strong foundations in teacher training and with the University of York. We are committed to outstanding teacher training and our experienced mentors and staff will ensure that you receive excellent provision.

The University and school based sessions deliver a programme which aims to provide trainees with a knowledge of the principles of language teaching and learning. Your training will support you in your learning, reflection and teaching in a way that integrates theory and practice at all times. The course qualifies you to teach your specialist language(s) at 11-16 (with post-16 enhancement) and will encourage you to be a reflective practitioner.

The course includes formal presentations, whole and small group discussions and practical workshop sessions. Aspects of the course give you the opportunity to pursue particular areas of interest.

Qualification and course duration

PGCE

full time
12 months

Course contact details

Name
Postgraduate Administrator
Email
educ15@york.ac.uk
Phone
+44 (0) 1904 322524