Children's Special Educational Needs Foundation Degree FdA
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Facts about Children's Special Educational Needs Foundation Degree
|Year of entry||2013|
|Application route||2 years full time (employment-based): apply through UCAS (code X360)
Please use the following UCAS institution codes: Brooklands College – Weybridge campus (L); Kingston College (K); Whitefield Schools and Centre (X)
|This programme is subject to change following the Kingston University Revised Academic Framework. More information will follow shortly.|
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About this course
Why choose this course?
This is an innovative course for practitioners working with children at Foundation Stage, Key Stage 1 or Key Stage 2 who have additional learning needs. It will enable you to progress to Level 5 and develop an understanding of the special educational needs field by combining workplace learning with part-time study at a local college.
What will you study?
The programme includes theories of child development, current legislative frameworks governing practice, multi-professional perspectives and working with families and carers.
Please note that this is an indicative list of modules and is not intended as a definitive list. Those listed here may also be a mixture of core and optional modules.
- Personal and Professional Learning and Practice
- The Developing Child 1
- Assessment of Children with SEN
- Inclusive Education and SEN
- Multi-Professional and Multi-agency Working
- Safeguarding Children
- Information to Support Decision Making
- Personal and Professional Development Review
- The Developing Child 2
- ICT to Support Learning for Children with Additional Needs
- Resources to Support Change for Children with Additional Needs
- Planning for Learning
- Working with Parents to Support their Child's Learning
- Action Research Proposal
- Special Project