Primary Teaching leading to Qualified Teacher Status (QTS) PGCE: Course features
What this course offers you
The Guardian's University Guide has rated Kingston in the top six for education in its league tables for the past five years.
Teaching staff are research-active professional practitioners, which keeps your learning at the cutting edge. You will also benefit from the experience of visiting lecturers who are excellent practitioners in their chosen field of education, and from visits by children's authors.
You will have the opportunity to take part in a residential field trip. In addition, visits to children's theatres, drama workshops, etc, add a further dimension to your studies.
All students will have the opportunity to work on collaborative projects with teachers and tutors to develop their knowledge of subject pedagogies across the curriculum.
This PGCE course enables you to qualify as a primary teacher for Key Stage 1 and 2.
You will study core National Curriculum subjects, broader topics and pedagogic/professional issues.
Teaching experience in out partnership schools is an integral part of the course, helping you relate theory to practice.
We design our courses in collaboration with local authorities, schools, colleges and other educational organisations. This ensures you will keep up to date with the latest developments and initiatives.
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