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This modular course will support you to develop as a critically reflective practitioner working within the Early Years sector. Through the study of theory and reflection on practice you will gain a deeper understanding of child development and playful learning with particular reference to the EYTS curriculum. Children's engagement with core skills such as mathematical understanding and early reading will be considered in a wider political context.

The first phase of the course is taught together with the Early Years Teacher Status course. You will then progress to complete the full MA Education (Early Years) and carry out an enquiry focusing on your own area of interest.

Flexible learning environment

This modular course offers a learning environment to help you schedule your study around

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Entry Requirements

Usually participants are required to hold an Honours Degree (or equivalent) and a qualification related to their professional field. This qualification might be a teaching qualification (eg PGCE, PGCE (PCET), Cert Ed, PG Dip).

Experience within their professional field is also required.

Applicants with a teaching qualification or previous Masters credits are usually entitled to apply for accredited learning credits in recognition of their prior learning: examples include PGCE with QTS and Masters credits; Masters modules as part of NCTL (formerly TDA) funded courses including SENCO, NAPSLBAs.


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