Be part of the lasting impact that education has on people's lives on this accelerated route towards a PGCE or taking on a teaching role in schools.
You’ll learn about children’s and young people’s development and needs. And explore education theory, research, policy and practice.
Opportunities to reflect on professional practice include a work-based module at the end of your first year. As well as visits to diverse learning environments such as mainstream and special schools, alternative provision, galleries and museums. You can also study towards an accredited Forest School certification, so you can lead children’s learning outdoors.
Our extensive network of 600+ charities, education-related organisations and schools gives you invaluable learning experiences such as guest lectures and professional practice observations. As well as opportunities to take your placement in the UK or overseas.
Working with Geography specialists in the School of Environmental Sciences, you’ll explore a range of key issues relating to both human and physical geography that are relevant to the school curriculum. So you’ll develop subject knowledge relevant to the classroom as well as exploring Geography at degree level.