Overview Do you want to make a real difference to the early life of children? Are you excited by a career where you can encourage young children to enjoy learning and make daily progress? The early years environment in primary schools has developed significantly over the last fewyears, so make sure you have got the expertise early years professionals need.
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Primary Education: Early Years - PEDEARL
- Primary Education: Early Years Programme Structure (PDF)
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- Primary Education: Early Years Programme Specification Document (PDF)
PED : Professional Learning and Development 1 - Core
PED : Curriculum and Applied Pedagogy 1 - Core
PED : Understanding Learners and Learning - Core
PED : Introducing the Core Curriculum - Core
PED : Teaching in the Primary School 1 - Core
PED : Educational Project - Core
PED : Teaching, Learning and Assessment 2 - Core
PED : Meeting Individual Needs - Core
PED : Teaching in the Primary School 2 (SBT) - Core
PED : PE, ICT and History - Core
PED : Developing Early Reading - Core
PED : Creative Pedagogy in the Development of Early Writing - Core
PED : Experiential Learning in the Early Years Curriculum - Core
PED : Learning in an Alternative Context - Core
PED : RE and Catholic Education - Option
PED : RE - Option
PED : Practitioner Enquiry - Core
PED : Evaluating Educational Themes - Core
PED : Developing Children's Thinking within the Context of Mathematical and Scientific Understanding - Core
PED : Creativity across the Curriculum - Core
PED : Teaching in the Primary School 3 - Core
PED : English and Linguistic Diversity - Core
PED : Addressing Key Issues in Legal and Ethical Responsibilities - Core
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Course Information You’ll learn how experiential, play-based learning supports young children’s development and how, as an effective practitioner, you can have a positive impact on that learning. Teaching in early years is dynamic, so you will learn the professional skills related to planning, teaching and assessing, as well as how to manage a setting where children and adults work together in learning. You will gain an understanding of the transition to Key Stage 1 and develop knowledge of both the Early Years Foundation Stage and the National Curriculum at Key Stage 1.
We’ll give you the opportunity for school-based training where you will gain a deeper understanding of the Teachers’ Standards, and how to apply theory to practice. You can also complete an alternative professional work placement where you explore learning in a setting other than a classroom e.g. special provision, schools abroad, museums and library services.
Read our full course terms and conditions. More course information is available from the Programme Leader, David Snowdon, at firstname.lastname@example.org.