University of Manchester
This course offers a specialism in modern languages and trainees, if appropriately qualified, may be offered the opportunity to study either French, German or Spanish; a strong commitment to equal opportunities and inclusiveness pervades every aspect of the programme, which attracts a large number of very able trainees of diverse backgrounds, cultures, ages, experiences and knowledge and skill bases; trainees on the programme include many individuals who are eventually destined to become leaders, managers, advisors and academics in a variety of educational contexts; the programme offers the range of experiences necessary to support and guide trainees as they develop into an excellent primary teachers with: An understanding of the nature of teacher professionalism; the knowledge, understanding and practical skills required to strive for excellence in teaching; an attitude towards learning that promotes high expectations and values diversity and respect for all social and cultural backgrounds; the standards required for the award of Qualified Teacher Status; the ability to reflect upon evidence in order to inform both your practical actions and principles and values in educational settings; the course integrates placement based learning centrally throughout all elements of the programme which is delivered by a very robust partnership between The University of Manchester and 150 primary schools; the partnership extends across all the Greater Manchester LEAs and into Cheshire and Lancashire.
A 2.1 in any subject; applicants must possess a qualification equivalent to GCSE English, mathematics; GCSE science at grade C or higher, can be in the process of being taken at the time of making an application; applicants must also have completed a minimum of 5 days observation experience in a UK state primary school prior to making an application; applicant must also possess a strong academic background at A-level and degree level, or equivalent; the University of Manchester operates a points-based system for assessment of academic qualifications, which takes account of the subjects studied in combination with the level of academic achievement in the subject.
|Qualification||Study mode||Start month||Fee||Course duration|
|Campus name||Town||Postcode||Region||Main campus||Campus||Partner|
|University of Manchester||Manchester||M13 9PL||North West|
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