BA (Hons) Primary Education with QTS

Teacher Education and Training

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UCAS CODE

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Start Date(s)

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Learning

X120

112 UCAS POINTS

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September 2024

  • Full time, 3 years
  • On campus
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Fees and Funding

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September 2024

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Home
Full time, 3 years
£9,250
Per year
International
Full time, 3 years
£14,820
Per year

Overview

WHAT YOU'LL LEARN

MODULES

  • Core Modules
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    School Based Training 1a: Mental Wealth

    This module focuses on developing key psychological determinants of human performance, which are crucial for success in graduate-level employment, entrepreneurship, and career advancement in the 4th industrial era. It provides students with the chance to apply skills and competencies needed for diverse career paths. Building upon Level 4, students enhance their emotional intelligence, emotional literacy, reflective skills, and self-awareness. They also explore entrepreneurial skills and knowledge through activities involving analysis, critical thinking, problem-solving, and research, fostering engagement with self and others. This module equips students with valuable abilities and concepts to thrive in their chosen careers.

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    School Based Training 1b: Professional Learning

    This is one of the academic modules linked to your teacher-training School Based Training (SBT) in L5. In this module you will reflect upon the process of undertaking professional SBT in your second SBT. Upon successful completion of this module, you will be able to articulate the personal and professional learning gained on your SBT. You will be able to articulate professional priorities for development in SBT3 in your final year.

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    English Teaching in Primary Education

    This module explores English subject knowledge required to teach in EYFS, KS1 and KS2 classrooms. This module will support students to select resources that are culturally and ability inclusive, and introduce subject-specific pedagogies that promote inclusive classrooms.

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    Mathematics Teaching in Primary Education

    This module explores Mathematics subject knowledge required to teach in EYFS, KS1 and KS2 classrooms. This module will support students to select resources that are culturally and ability inclusive, and introduce subject-specific pedagogies that promote inclusive classrooms.

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    Child Development, Applied Pedagogy and Classroom Management

    This module explores current applied pedagogies and classroom management techniques in UK classrooms. This module will support students to develop an understanding of different pedagogical approaches that can support students with diverse needs, including EAL and SEND, taking into account developmental theory.

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    Children's Rights and Children's Worlds

    This module introduces students to the practical application of theory about children’s rights and children’s worlds to a UK primary education context.

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    School Based Training 2a: Mental Wealth

    This is one of the academic modules linked to your teacher-training School Based Training (SBT) in L5. In this module you will reflect upon the process of undertaking professional SBT in your second SBT. Upon successful completion of this module, you will be able to articulate the personal and professional learning gained on your SBT. You will be able to articulate professional priorities for development in SBT3 in your final year.

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    School Based Training 2b: Professional Learning

    This is one of the academic modules linked to your teacher-training School Based Training (SBT) in L5. In this module you will reflect upon the process of undertaking professional SBT in your second SBT. Upon successful completion of this module, you will be able to articulate the personal and professional learning gained on your SBT. You will be able to articulate professional priorities for development in SBT3 in your final year.

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    Assessment in Primary Education

    This module explores assessment in EYFS, KS1 and KS2 classrooms. This module will equip students to assess children’s academic progress in line with current UK practices. This module explores academic discussion on Primary school assessment.

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    Research Methods

    This module explores methods of professional learning, including literature research, practitioner enquiry, action research and ethics.

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    School Based Training 3a: Mental Wealth

    This is one of the academic modules linked to your teacher-training School Based Training (SBT) in L5. In this module you will reflect upon the career skills and competencies gained on your professional SBT. Upon successful completion of this module, you will be able to articulate the professional competencies you have developed and enhanced in the course of your training.

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    School Based Training 3b: Professional Learning

    This is one of the academic modules linked to your teacher-training School Based Training (SBT) in L5. In this module you will reflect upon the process of undertaking professional SBT in your second SBT. Upon successful completion of this module, you will be able to articulate the personal and professional learning gained on your SBT. You will be able to articulate professional priorities for development in SBT3 in your final year.

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    Specialist Applied Project

    This module enables you to conduct a classroom-based inquiry in English Language Teaching, using reflective practice and current research. It aims to enhance your understanding of language teaching and improve learning outcomes. You'll make decisions on research methods, formulate a research question, collect and analyze data, and present findings to a non-specialist audience. This scholarly activity fosters professional development and encourages innovative changes in the English language classroom.

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    Values-based Teaching

    This module focuses on developing skills, knowledge, and critical understanding of current practices in Early and Primary education. It specifically analyses the statutory requirements for teaching and learning within schools, with a critical lens on Fundamental British Values. Through this module, you will explore and evaluate these requirements, gaining insights into their implications for curriculum design and teaching methodologies. By developing a nuanced understanding of the incorporation of Fundamental British Values, you will contribute to the improvement of educational practices in Early and Primary education.

HOW YOU'LL LEARN

HOW YOU'LL BE ASSESSED

CAMPUS and FACILITIES

Stratford Campus

Stratford Campus, Water Lane, Stratford

WHO TEACHES THIS COURSE

The teaching team includes qualified academics, practitioners and industry experts as guest speakers. Full details of the academics will be provided in the student handbook and module guides.

YOUR FUTURE CAREER