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PGCE Secondary (Physics with Maths) will train you to become a physics and maths teacher across the 11-16 or 11-18 age range, and being qualified to teach both these shortage subjects will increase your employability.
It will prepare you to teach the National Curriculum and related national strategies, GCSE and A-level.
Completion leads to both a postgraduate qualification and recommendation for qualified teacher status (QTS).
University-based sessions will enable you to reflect on teaching methods.
Experienced teachers will work alongside PGCE tutors, plus visitors from exam boards and the Institute of Physics.
Minimum 2:2 honours degree in a physical science, e.g. physics, mechanical or electrical engineering. At least half of your degree content should be strongly related to physics (if you are unsure, please contact us to discuss your qualifications).
Grade B in physics at A-level (or equivalent), or grade C if you can demonstrate sustained academic progression since A-level, and at least one other science or maths A-level.
Minimum grade C or 4 at GCSE (or equivalent) in English language and mathematics.
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