About the course
On successful completion of the course you will be awarded Qualified Teacher Status. You will learn through taught sessions on campus and supported professional practice in schools and early years settings, applying theory to your teaching practice to develop the core skills for teaching children aged 3-7.
The course prepares you to teach across EYFS and key stage 1 national curriculum, including relevant core and foundation subjects. You will study topics including: child development; supporting children with special educational needs and disabilities; creating environments for learning opportunities; effective digital learning; and evidence-informed learning and teaching approaches. In your final year you will carry out a small-scale research project, as you develop your commitment to meeting the needs of all children in a culturally diverse society. You will have the opportunity to develop your teaching in a range of partner schools and early years settings throughout the course.
The course enables you to develop leadership and management skills, along with an ability to work in partnership with different stakeholders and to communicate with children, colleagues, parents/carers and other professionals. A key element of the course will support you to manage your own and support others’ positive mental health and wellbeing.
The School of Teacher Education celebrates excellent employability in which over 95% of its graduate teachers secure teaching roles in school within 6 months of graduation. Throughout the course you will be offered advice through workshops and experienced teachers on application and interviews leading to you becoming an Early Career Teacher.
You will benefit from an experienced University teaching team that includes previous Early and Primary Education teachers, as well as middle and senior leaders within schools and early years settings.
How will this course improve my career prospects?
You will gain experience in a range of schools, and in different settings, throughout your course, enabling you to build a network of contacts. You will also benefit from our wider university careers services with structured guidance on preparing strong applications and attending interviews.
You may also consider undertaking further study such as the MA Education or a specialist qualification eg in literacy or behavioural difficulties once you become teacher.
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