You will learn how to be a primary class teacher. By the end of the year, you will understand how to teach the entire primary curriculum to a class of 30 pupils, and be confident and competent in doing so.
ou will leave the course with outstanding subject knowledge across the curriculum. You will have an understanding of how to plan and deliver engaging and motivating lessons and how to support your pupils’ progress.
You will learn how to identify the strength and needs of your pupils and make sure that everyone in your class is included and challenged.
You are going to understand how to assess pupils’ learning, how to spot the gaps in their learning and how to plan to fill those gaps.
Everyone on the Primary PGCE learns how to teach the whole curriculum. You will also have extra sessions designed to help you teach English.
You will learn about creativity and innovation in engaging children in meaningful writing and reading for pleasure and you will learn to think critically about the role of English in the curriculum.
“You grow to expect the unexpected in east London. When the unexpected confronts you in your teaching career, you’ll be ready,” says Andrew Read, Head of Primary Initial Teacher Education.
“You get a rich experience in east London, in particular working with pupils from minority ethnic backgrounds and pupils for whom English is an additional language.”
Visit the PGCE Primary with English page on the University of East London website for more details!