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Our graduates make great teachers. It’s that simple. The Initial Teacher Education (ITE) course helps you develop an understanding of research, policies and practice relating to education in general and secondary education in particular. You’ll analyse and reflect on what you learn to connect research with the classroom.
We teach an approach to your work that will stay with you throughout your career. Our graduates are dedicated to lifelong learning, developing their professional practice, and using classroom-based research. You’ll learn everything the qualified teacher needs to know about planning, teaching, learning, assessing, policies and processes.
A good honours degree (minimum 2:2, or for maths, physics and physics with maths applicants minimum class 3 with at least a grade B in the relevant A Level) in one of our teaching subjects or with a strong element of a teaching subject.
You also need GCSE grade 4/C in English Language and Mathematics, or the equivalent.
Candidates without these qualifications may either take the necessary examinations in the year before the course starts or take our entrance test in English and/or Mathematics.
Please see the University website: Please see the university website for further information on fees for this course.
A high proportion of student teachers are eligible for a bursary which will cover some or all of this cost and living expenses.
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University of Sheffield has grown in reputation and size to become one of the UK’s leading universities with a global reputation for teaching and research. As part of the UK Russell Group, the University is a premier-league, research-led institution with over 27,000 students including more than 7,000 international students from 143 countries and over 7,000 members of staff.
Thank you for teaching me how to teach ... Turns out you did a pretty amazing job! (Winner of Teacher of The Year in a Secondary School, Pearson Teaching Awards 2015)
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