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Secondary Physics (PGCE)

Course Description


This course aims to produce teachers whose enthusiasm for Science inspires pupils in their study of the subject. There is currently great demand for Science teachers in UK secondary schools and Liverpool Hope offers the support you need as you embark on a teaching career. The most recent Ofsted report on PGCE provision at Liverpool Hope University described the training provided as ‘Outstanding’ and highlighted the tutors’ personal knowledge of individual students as an ‘Outstanding’ feature of the Science course. The training achieved a Grade 1 (the highest grade).


Through Liverpool Hope’s well-established partnerships with schools in the region, you will be able to gain experience of teaching your specialist subject across the 11–18 age group to a minimum of KS3 level.In previous years, trainees have also benefited greatly from an opportunity to teach science in a secondary school setting abroad for a few days, as part of an organised exchange visit to Poland or Romania. It is hoped to continue to offer this valuable experience as a part of the course each year.

Visit the Secondary Physics (PGCE) page on the Liverpool Hope University website for more details!

Entry Requirements

Essential: Grade C in English and Mathematics at GCSE (or equivalent). First degree 2.2 or above incorporating at least 50% Physics. Experience of observation in a mainstream secondary state school. Knowledge of the Science curriculum. The ability to articulate views on the principles and practice of education particularly as it relates to teaching of Physics. The ability to communicate clearly, fluently and accurately in spoken and written Standard English. It is a government requirement that you take the numeracy and literacy skills tests. You must ensure you have passed them both before the start of the course.

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