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Applicants should have:
260 UCAS points or above
PLUS grade C at GCSE in English language, mathematics and science
AND clear written and spoken English.
You must also:
• Attend an interview
• Be able to demonstrate interest,experience, skills and commitment related to teaching
• provide recent evidence of ten days working with/observing children in a primary school classroom
• Pass pre-entry skills tests in numeracy and literacy before beginning the programme
• Undergo a Disclosure and Barring Service check and an occupational health screening.
No work experience is required.
Qualified Teacher Status
The successful completion of this degree leads to recommendation of Qualified Teacher Status (QTS). The programme includes school experiences in each year, as well as professional development. During the programme you will experience a variety of schools and different age groups. Education and professional studies courses in each year examine aspects of children's learning and principles of teaching
The professional development courses will help prepare you for school experience and to meet the standards required to achieve QTS. At the start of the second year, you will select one of two age phase pathways: 3-7 or 5-11. All students study core curriculum subjects (English, mathematics and science), as well as a course on inclusion during the second year, and a research project in the third year.
EU/Home: £9,000 International: £10,350
Scholarships available - please see our website www.gre.ac.uk/scholarships
The University of Greenwich is Number 1 in London for Teaching Excellence (The Sunday Times University Guide 2011). It’s a great achievement and together with being ranked Number 1 for Student Satisfaction (Sunday Times 2010), you know the University of Greenwich has got everything you need for a first rate education. If that wasn’t enough, our principle campus is based in a UNESCO World Heritage Site and is breath taking! If you are looking for a great experience with excellence teaching in a fabulous location - the University of Greenwich has it all!