This programme leads to Qualified Teacher Status. It equips students to teach pupils from 3'7 years and covers all areas of the Early Years Foundation Stage and Key Stage 1 curriculum, through lectures, seminars, workshops and tutorials. Students gain 60 Master's level credits and are awarded with a Post'Graduate Certificate of Education. The programme gives students an in'depth understanding of inclusive practice, equality and diversity to prepare them for careers in London schools. As a part of the programme students experience different schools and also have an opportunity to work in an Alternative Education Setting. Students follow a specialist Master's level module focused on Early Years Education. LSBU has a particular focus on social justice and equality that is well matched to the needs of schools in urban and multicultural areas.
Key Stage 1 core curriculum; professional studies; foundation subjects; school experience 1, 2 and 3; alternative education setting; M level modules; equality, inclusion and citizenship; early years education.
Course Additional Entry
UK or equivalent degree at lower 2nd Class or above. This may be in any subject; it does not have to be a National Curriculum subject; and GCSE (grade C or above) or equivalent qualification in English, maths and science; and a positive reference that highlights candidate's suitability to become a teacher; and a written personal statement.
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