BA (Hons) Primary Teaching with Early Years (QTS) Shape the minds of children aged 3-7 Course in Pakistan || Registration Open
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Qualify as a primary school teacher with the knowledge and skills you need to work with younger children
Our BA (Hons) Primary Teaching course provides quality training to teach in the 3-7 age range (Nursery, Reception and Key Stages 1) enabling you to graduate as a qualified teacher at the end of your three-year degree.
Learn the art of teaching
You will develop the knowledge, skills and attitudes required by the teaching profession, as you learn the fundamentals of the national curriculum to fully prepare you for working in primary schools alongside student teachers working on BA (Hons) Primary Teaching.
In addition, you will pursue the advanced study of Early Years, where you will develop deeper knowledge and understanding of pedagogy and practice for teaching younger pupils and how this relates to the Early Years Foundation Stage (EYFS) framework.
As a key part of the programme, you will gain vital hands-on experience of working within the classroom through our school experience modules, which develop your confidence and competence to teach effectively.
Proud history of teacher training
The University of Chichester has been training teachers for over 180 years and we look to train employable professionals who will make a positive difference to children’s education.
You will be taught by experienced primary education specialists and our dedication to small teaching groups allows you to develop strong professional relationships with the University teaching team.
On this course you will:
- Gain Qualified Teacher Status that will allow you to teach in primary schools in England and Wales.
- Develop your competence and confidence working within the classroom environment.
- Gain the knowledge, skills, and attitudes required by the teaching profession.
- Understand the cornerstone of the national curriculum for primary education, as well as un understanding of the Early Years Foundation Stage curriculum.
Learn how to make a difference for children in this crucial stage of their development
As a Primary Teaching with Early Years student, you will learn the early years framework and national curriculum and how to deliver it to young children in exciting and engaging ways.
You will learn the fundamentals of teaching English, Maths and Science, as well as the key theories of learning development to better understand how to ensure that all children can succeed and thrive in school. You will also learn about the key issues in primary teaching through our professional studies modules.
You will also learn how to teach subjects that form the wider curriculum, including aspects of ICT/Computing, PE, Modern Foreign Languages, Music, Art, History, and Geography.
As an Early Years student teacher, you will complete a suite of modules in the advanced study of Early Years enabling you to be awarded a BA (Hons) Primary Teaching with Early Years degree.
Our suite of on campus modules is complemented by modules that will take you into school where you will practise as a student teacher.
As part of the programme, you will study curriculum modules that develop your pedagogic and subject knowledge within these areas.
Modules explore each subject within the core curriculum (English, Mathematics and Science), alongside modules that look at the wider curriculum (music, physical education, art etc.) to provide you with a thorough grounding in the full National Curriculum.
The modules of professional studies will explore the teaching skills that are required for the classroom, including behaviour for learning, planning for progression and assessing pupils effectively.
Advanced Study of Early Years Subject Study
The specialism module in semester 1 provides a grounding for early years practice. It considers the principles of the EYFS, how these can be embedded in practice and their relevance to KS1 teaching and learning. A visit to an outstanding setting allows for effective theory to practice links.
In semester 1, early years student teachers explore the topic of child development and implications for teaching practice. Semester 2 focuses on the concepts of play and pedagogy and their value and place in primary classrooms.
Your third year allows you to investigate a topic of your choice related to early years through the final independent project.
Select a year
Becoming A Teacher Of English
On this module you will openly model effective teaching and learning strategies and techniques e.g. the substantive (what to teach) syntactical (how English is done) and pedagogical (how to teach it) aspects of English. Students will be encouraged to develop their substantive knowledge of English throughout the module. The content of this module may differ from above in order to reflect government policy or national priorities.
Gain vital experience as you develop your confidence at the heart of Early Years and Key Stage 1 classrooms
We strongly believe in giving you a range of school placement opportunities to provide distinctive and rewarding experiences to help develop your professional skills.
You will progress from planning, teaching and managing the learning of a group of children for the core curriculum (Year One) to meeting the needs of a class of pupils in all curriculum areas (Year Three). You’ll get the opportunity to practise in a school early in the course.
You will receive substantial teaching experience in schools and other settings in the following pattern:
- Year One – Four weeks for three days per week in Term One and a block of four weeks in Term Three.
- Year Two – Seven weeks plus two weeks special interest placement.
- Year Three – Ten weeks in Term Two.
Teaching and Assessment
Innovative teaching methods that develop your full potential as a future teacher
We use strategies that are designed to enable you to effectively master a broad base of concepts, skills, knowledge and understanding that will inform your teaching practice.
You will join lectures and small seminars led by experienced tutors, in which discussion and debate are key to developing your knowledge and skills.
There are opportunities on campus for you to simulate real world classrooms, allowing you to become more familiar, confident and comfortable in teaching spaces ahead of your professional placements.
All of our staff have a strong background within education and use their experience to inform their teaching, as the help your development into a professional and capable teacher.
Assessments include essays, presentations, 1:1 discussions, course work, and the creation of creative stimuli.
Over 20,000 classroom resources available to use on placement
As a Primary Teaching with Early Years student, you will gain access to our dedicated library of teaching materials.
You can find thousands of classroom resources that you can borrow to use while on placement.
From posters to books, classroom kits to DVDs, our library of resources has options for all ages and needs.
You can take resources out for up to six weeks and can be taken on placement to aid with your teaching, or help you develop your skills and confidence within our classroom environments.
Take the first steps towards your career within primary education
We expect that our Primary Teaching graduates will have a desire to pursue a career with an early years focus, with 98% of our graduates in employment or further study within fifteen months of completing the course (Discover Uni 2021).
This course aims to ensure that you will be well placed to further your career in education through leading year groups and subjects, as well as joining senior leadership team.
Alumni have also progressed into headship, consultancy roles, initial teacher training lecturing and more.
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