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Qualify as a teacher with a specialism in Dance in just one year
Learn the art of teaching Dance
Are you passionate about Dance and want to teach in secondary schools or colleges?
Our PGCE Secondary Dance degree prepares you to become a qualified Dance teacher in just one year.
You’ll be trained to teach your subject specialism of Dance at Key Stages 3 and 4 as well as at A level (ages 11 to 19).
At the end of this one-year degree, you’ll be ready to confidently begin teaching in a secondary school.
This is achieved through a balance of study of the knowledge, skills and attitudes required by the teaching profession, and a focus on the development of your understanding of the role of the secondary school teacher.
In addition, you will gain vital hands-on experience of working within the classroom through our 24-week placement programme, which will develop your confidence and competence to teach effectively.
After successful completion, you will be recommended for Qualified Teacher Status (QTS) so that you can begin working as a teacher in a secondary school.
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 can get out there and make a difference.
You will be taught by experienced 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:
- Specialise in teaching Dance.
- Gain Qualified Teacher Status upon completion of the course that will allow you to teach Dance in secondary 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.
Develop your knowledge and understanding of teaching Dance at secondary school level
Every day that you spend in the classroom will have an impact on the lives of others, as we can all testify by remembering the impact that inspirational teachers had on us in school.
Three quarters of the course is spent in school, with your time divided mainly between two school placements.
During the course, you’ll split your time between placements in schools and university-based training.
This list is indicative and subject to change.
The university-based study modules are designed to help you become a reflective, creative and effective classroom practitioner, informed by the latest research and practice.
Your subject study modules will be delivered in small seminar groups led by an enthusiastic tutor, supported by guest speakers who work in different roles in school.
You will cover a wide range of issues concerning the teaching of the subject, including the philosophy of why and how we should be teaching it to children.
You will explore the curriculum, learn how to plan lessons and use assessment to inform your teaching, and how to support pupils with specific educational needs.
We’ll help you will develop a deep understanding of the principles that underpin secondary education.
During a range of seminars and lectures, you will critique educational research findings and methods and learn how to apply this in the classroom.
Topics will include lesson planning, teaching strategies, assessment methods, behaviour management and other important aspects of teaching.
A particular focus will be on issues of inclusion, equality and diversity and the module will develop your ability to apply your knowledge and understanding in the classroom.
By the end of the year, you will have developed your own personal educational philosophy and be able to apply this in the classroom and articulate it to other professionals.
The topics you will cover in these modules include:
- Professionalism in Education
- Identity, Equality and Inclusion
- Closing the gap in access and achievement
- Reflective practice
- Positive behaviour management
- Working with learning support assistants
- English as an additional language
- Child protection and Prevent
- Pastoral care in schools
- Literacy and numeracy across the curriculum
- Research skills
- The relationship between theory and practice
- Special Educational Needs
- Vocal skills
- Applying for teaching posts
- Personal, Social and Health Education
- Building rapport and resilience
We know the best place to build your confidence and expertise as a teacher is in the classroom.
That’s why the majority of your time will be spent in schools. You’ll complete two main teaching placements in contrasting schools as well as completing short placements in other educational contexts.
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.
Many 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.
The course is assessed through observation during teaching placements and written assignments.
To gain a Postgraduate Certificate in Education (PGCE) students need to complete three 4,000 word assignments at FHEQ level 7 (Masters), and two blocks of School Experience.
Gain vital experience as you develop your confidence at the heart of the classroom
The PGCE programme is taught in close partnership with a range of local schools. During the course, you will experience a number of different placements.
We work with hundreds of partnership schools and organisations covering a wide area including West Sussex, Hampshire, the Isle of Wight, East Sussex and the Surrey border. These partners are based in rural and urban settings and cover a varied range of school types.
These placements will usually provide distinctive opportunities in which to develop your professional and teaching skills.
In particular, efforts will be made to place you in schools with different organisational characteristics and in contrasting socio-economic catchment areas.
The maximum travel time that we allow for these teaching placements is one hour in each direction from your term-time address to the placement school (assuming your term-time address is within our partnership area).
How the placements work
Around 70% of the course is spent in school, with your time divided mainly between two contrasting placements.
Gaining experience in a mix of settings will help you to develop the skills required to confidently start a career in teaching.
The University will find placements for you. Great care is taken to place you in schools that will support you and prepare you thoroughly for a career in teaching.
Support during your placements
School experience is invaluable to trainee teachers.
That’s why we take steps to ensure you are well supported.
We provide mentor training in our partnerships schools so you can learn from and build relationships with serving teachers.
You’ll also have the full support of the teaching staff at the University while you’re out on placement.
Take the first steps towards your career with secondary education
This programme will enable you to achieve Qualified Teacher Status (QTS) and work as a secondary Dance teacher.
Many of our previous students have progressed in their careers and now hold senior posts in their schools.