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Our MA Education programme focuses on educational practice using methods of practice-related inquiry. Read more
Our MA Education programme focuses on educational practice using methods of practice-related inquiry. Building on our recognised excellence in postgraduate teaching and research, this programme offers a structured pathway for professional development and scholarship in general education or one of three subject specialisms: Early Childhood Studies, Mathematics Education, or SEN and Inclusion.

Key features

-Take the opportunity to research through a specialised pathway, tailored sustainability and outdoor learning modules, or your own area of interest.
-Benefit from Saturday, weekday and evening face-to-face provision and tutorials offering flexibility for professional practitioners.
-Learn from experienced educators who have first-hand familiarity with the challenges and possibilities of educational practice.
-Further develop your expertise in specific educational issues of interest to you.
-Develop the ability to undertake systematic inquiries and the capability to respond to ethical issues through critical analysis and decision making.

Course details

The programme provides a clear framework for study, designed to suit both professional practitioners and those interested in the scholarship of education. Classes are either on campus or delivered through our Digital Learning Environment. The general MA Education route and modules are available as distance learning. All students take the Researching Education Practice in Context module (30 credits) and a dissertation (60 credits).

Our specialist and optional modules are designed to allow you the opportunity to pursue your own areas of interest, supported by knowledgeable and research-active academics. All of our general MA Education modules run every year, but subject-specialist modules may depend on demand. Practice-related inquiry modules are a special feature of the programme, where you negotiate a topic of study, supervised by one of the teaching team.

Core modules
-MAED702 Masters of Arts in Education Dissertation

Optional modules
-MASE741 Critical Perspectives on Inclusive Education, Disability and Diversity
-MAED701 Researching Education Practice in Context
-MAME731 Understanding Contemporary Mathematics Education
-MAED711 Thinking About Contemporary Education
-MAME732 Understanding Teaching and Learning in Mathematics
-MLS705 Global Education: Theory and Practice
-MAEC721 Enabling Learning in Early Childhood
-MLS703 Ecological and Sustainability Literacy
-MAEC722 Developing Leadership Skills in Early Childhood Settings
-MASE742 Researching Theory and Practice of Inclusive Education, Disability and Diversity
-MAED717 Practice Related Inquiry 1
-MAED718 Practice Related Inquiry 2
-MLS710 Alternatives in Education and Society
-MLS711 The Experience of Outdoor Learning

The modules shown for this course or programme are those being studied by current students, or expected new modules. Modules are subject to change depending on year of entry.

Programme design

The programme is designed to offer you maximum curricular choice within a clear structure by asking you to:
-Choose from a limited range of modules in one of the three specialisms or the general education pathway
-Set your own assignment topic related to module content within all modules
-Undertake optional modules in practice related inquiry and negotiate topics of personal interest with your lecturer
-Design your own research project on your chosen aspect of educational practice for your dissertation module

The way we assess work is through carefully constructed assessment modes that will prepare you for the different elements of dissertation work.

Teaching methods

We use a wide range of pedagogies to support inclusion and participation in higher education. The following is a list:
-Onsite whole class or tutorial sessions with module lecturers
-Online contact with lecturers and/or fellow students
-Directed study (specific tasks related to the module and set by lecturers for completion in your own time)
-Self-directed inquiry, research or scholarship (which may include undertaking a project, reading, work with children, work with colleagues, investigation of topic of interests, etc).

Networking and socialising

As a postgraduate student in Plymouth Institute of Education you'll have plenty of opportunities to attend postgraduate conference events and socialise with other masters and doctorate students at tea breaks on our taught Saturdays.

There is an annual conference for masters students, as well as a history of inviting masters dissertation students to attend the annual on-campus Institute of Health and Community/Plymouth Institute of Education postgraduate conference.

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Are you a doctor, dentist or other healthcare professional wishing to develop your role as a teacher, trainer, clinical or educational supervisor? This masters programme will support your professional development as an educator, and provide you with the skills to research a chosen area of interest. Read more
Are you a doctor, dentist or other healthcare professional wishing to develop your role as a teacher, trainer, clinical or educational supervisor? This masters programme will support your professional development as an educator, and provide you with the skills to research a chosen area of interest.

Supported by a blended learning approach including face-to-face sessions and interactive materials, you’ll be equipped with the skills to plan and conduct your dissertation, and be primed to confidently transfer your knowledge into your current or future professional role. The MClinEd Clinical Education is also available as a full-time programme.

Key features

-Your learning journey – this masters programme will be delivered on a part-time basis over three years. The programme will include the completion of four modules and a dissertation, totalling 180 credits.
-Alternatively, choose to study full time – this is particularly suitable if you are undertaking an intercalated degree from medicine or dentistry. Taught modules will be delivered in the autumn and spring terms. You’ll be supported by a PUPSMD staff member and can attend seminars of the medical education research group CAMERA.
-Improve your clinical skills – this programme is designed to develop your knowledge and abilities as a teacher, trainer, educational scholar, leader and manager, and is appropriate if you are a doctor, dentist or a healthcare professional working primarily in a clinical environment.
-Benefit from a programme accredited by both The Higher Education Academy (HEA) and the Academy of Medical Educators (AoME). These bodies uphold national standards for educators, and confer professional recognition of teaching excellence.
-Four places for intercalating medical and dental students are available on this masters programme and you’ll normally be interviewed prior to acceptance. Interviews will take place in December prior to starting the following academic year.
-The postgraduate certificate, diploma and masters in Clinical Education are all offered as end point qualifications, and assignments are designed to reflect your educational role within your clinical background. The certificate stage focuses on applying educational theory to clinical educational practice, and exploring contemporary issues in assessment, while the diploma will help you explore a role as an educational scholar and leader.
-Equip yourself with the skills to plan and conduct a full masters dissertation.
-Be supported by a blended learning approach with face-to-face sessions and interactive materials, electronic learning environments and tutorial support.

Course details

Year 1
In your first year, you’ll complete two modules worth 30 credits each: clinical educational practice: theory, evidence and application, and current issues in clinical education. You’ll advance your knowledge, understanding and experience of teaching, learning and assessment in clinical education and collaborate with colleagues from a wide range of healthcare professions.

Core modules
-CLI713 Clinical Education Practice: Theory, Evidence and Application
-CLI714 Contemporary Issues in Clinical Education

Year 2
In your second year, you will select two modules from our suite of postgraduate programmes. If you intend to ‘top up’ your diploma to a masters qualification, you will be required to undertake one module that prepares you for your project and dissertation, project design, development and knowledge transfer.

Please note: there may be limited availability of places on some modules.

Optional modules
-PDD721 Project Design, Development and Knowledge Transfer
-CLI712 Assessment in Clinical Education
-SIM711 Simulation and Enhanced Learning

Final year
In your final year, you’ll complete a dissertation module worth 60 credits. You’ll showcase your ability to design, conduct and write up a project on a topic associated with the masters programme. You’ll demonstrate self-direction, originality and an ability to act independently in the planning and implementation of project skills at an advanced professional level. You’ll have to successfully accumulate a minimum of 180 credits to be awarded a masters degree.

Core modules
-DIS731 Dissertation

Every postgraduate taught course has a detailed programme specification document describing the programme aims, the programme structure, the teaching and learning methods, the learning outcomes and the rules of assessment.

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Do you see yourself teaching in the further education and skills sector? With options to work in FE Colleges, adult and community education, work-based training, offender learning and public sector organisations, our nationally-endorsed qualification helps you develop the required skills, knowledge and professional values. Read more
Do you see yourself teaching in the further education and skills sector? With options to work in FE Colleges, adult and community education, work-based training, offender learning and public sector organisations, our nationally-endorsed qualification helps you develop the required skills, knowledge and professional values. With a large proportion of your time spent on placement, you’ll have the chance to gain a wealth of real world experience preparing you for a fulfilling and rewarding career.

We particularly welcome applications from exceptional candidates who wish to teach in offender learning settings.

Key features

-Receive "excellent support from tutors and mentors and make good progress in developing the skills and attributes to become accomplished teachers"*.
-Put your new knowledge into practice, whilst building your confidence and experience, with a significant proportion of the programme devoted to your placement. You will spend two days a week on placement in a further education and skills setting.
-Benefit from highly qualified tutors with many years’ experience in the further education and skills sector.
-Demonstrate innovation, creativity and enterprise throughout your time on the course and benefit from the way education for sustainable development is embedded in the programme. There is a strong research base across the partnership which underpins these and other developments in the programme.
-Work closely with your fellow trainees, learning together and from one another, with peer-support is an important part of the programme’s philosophy and organisation.
-Take advantage of opportunities to network with potential employers. Follow in the footsteps of many of our trainees and possibly go on to find employment within the organisations you work with during your placement.
-Tailored for applicants who hold a bachelors or masters degree. The Certificate in Education is available to those who do not hold one of these qualifications.
-Take your qualifications to the next level - after completing this course you'll have the option to gain Qualified Teacher Learning and Skills (QTLS) status.
-Weston College, in partnership with Plymouth University, wish to provide placements for exceptional applicants that have a keen interest in using teaching and learning as a way to reduce reoffending and support rehabilitation. We are looking for candidates who are passionate about teaching and want to make a major difference to people’s lives. In return, Offender Learning offers a rewarding career with prospects for progression, ongoing Continuing Professional Development and support to develop and achieve aspirations.
-We also work with the new local studio schools and would invite exceptional applicants to apply with biology or health and social care qualifications and relevant experience.
-If you would like to study this programme part time with one of our partner colleges, please visit the following websites: Truro and Penwith College, Cornwall College, South Devon College and Somerset College.

*Ofsted (2014)

Course details

During this one year programme you’ll be expected to complete four 30-credit modules and eight teaching observations. As a full-time trainee you’ll be committed to a Monday to Friday week of academic and professional study, consisting of two full days per week of on-campus study, two days per week of professional practice placement (arranged by the University) and one day per week of independent study and research. You’ll work closely with your colleagues on the programme, learning together and from one another, with peer-support an important part of the programme organisation and learning. Your teaching observations will be carried out by University tutors and subject specialist mentors in an atmosphere of professional evaluation and support.

Core modules
-DLLS690 Learning, Teaching and Assessment
-DLLS784 Theories and Principles of Managing Learning Environments
-DLLS779 Curriculum and Society
-DLLS780 Wider Practice and Professional Development

Optional modules
-DLLS679 Curriculum and Society
-DLLS680 Wider Practice and Professional Development
-DLLS684 Theories and Principles of Managing Learning Environments

The modules shown for this course or programme are those being studied by current students, or expected new modules. Modules are subject to change depending on year of entry.

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Bring your graduate expertise, skills and enthusiasm to the imaginative and practical teaching of computer science to children of all abilities from 11 to 18. Read more
Bring your graduate expertise, skills and enthusiasm to the imaginative and practical teaching of computer science to children of all abilities from 11 to 18. Our full-time, one year PGCE programme in art computer science will qualify you for the 11-16 national standards for qualified teacher status (QTS) set by the Department for Education. The 17 weeks placement experience will sharpen your skills and fully prepare you for your future teaching career.

Key features

-Draw upon your own expertise in computer science and extend your own computer science knowledge and understanding.
-Build your confidence and gain practical teaching experience, with two main placements in local secondary schools and shorter visits to primary schools.
-Access a range of bursary and funding options to help ensure you’re able to focus on your studies and placements.
-Benefit from support throughout your training from both your faculty tutor and school mentors.
-Stand out as a subject specialist with the knowledge, personal qualities and standards of professional competence necessary to stimulate the imagination of children and to maintain and improve standards in schools.
-Learn about the latest curriculum developments, issues and innovations.
-Deepen your understanding of teaching, and learn about the opportunities for continued professional development and the relationship between educators and society.
-Make use of the latest technologies and developments in teaching and gain experience in developing multimedia resources for your subject.
-Hone your CV, interview and job application skills and attend events that will introduce you to potential employers.
-Leave with the skills, knowledge and experience needed to begin your career teaching music to children of all abilities from 11-18.
-Take advantage of free teacher training support from the Department for Education’s Premier Plus programme.

Course details

You’ll spend two thirds of your PGCE on placement with 24 weeks in secondary school and five days in primary school, supported and supervised jointly by a school mentor and a faculty tutor. In addition to this you’ll cover modules on planning, assessment and teaching and you’ll also focus on the teaching of computer science itself. You’ll maintain professional development and subject knowledge profiles enabling you to chart your development in meeting the professional standards required by the Department of Education. Assessments are based around school experience and are designed to be learning experiences shared with other students, mentors and tutors. You’ll learn to draw on your experience of teaching as well as provide evidence of reading and reflection.

Core modules
-EPGS413 Practical Teaching 1
-EPGS710 Developing Subject Pedagogy
-EPGS719 Professional Studies
-EPGS618 Practical Teaching 2
-EPGS615 Introduction to Professional Teaching and Learning

Optional modules
-EPGS619 Professional Studies
-EPGS610 Developing Subject Pedagogy

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Transform your enthusiasm for design and technology into practical teaching skills. With school placements, tutor support and a graduated induction programme, our trainees are well prepared for teaching in secondary education, and have an excellent record of obtaining first teaching posts. Read more
Transform your enthusiasm for design and technology into practical teaching skills. With school placements, tutor support and a graduated induction programme, our trainees are well prepared for teaching in secondary education, and have an excellent record of obtaining first teaching posts. Our full-time, one year PGCE programme will give you the training and support needed to develop the skills, knowledge and confidence to begin your professional teaching career.

Key features

-Draw upon your own expertise in design and technology, and extend your own subject knowledge and understanding.
-Build your confidence and gain practical teaching experience, with two main placements in local secondary schools and shorter visits to primary schools.
-Access a range of bursary and funding options to help ensure you’re able to focus on your studies and placements.
-Benefit from support throughout your training from both your faculty tutor and school mentors.
-Stand out as a subject specialist with the knowledge, personal qualities and standards of professional competence necessary to stimulate the imagination of children and to maintain and improve standards in schools.
-Learn about the latest curriculum developments, issues and innovations.
-Deepen your understanding of teaching, and learn about the opportunities for continued professional development and the relationship between educators and society.
-Make use of the latest technologies and developments in teaching and gain experience in developing multimedia resources for your subject.
-Hone your CV, interview and job application skills and attend events that will introduce you to potential employers.
-Leave with the skills, knowledge and experience needed to begin your career teaching design and technology to children of all abilities from 11-18.
-Take advantage of free teacher training support from the Department for Education’s Premier Plus programme.

Course details

You’ll spend two thirds of your PGCE on placement with 24 weeks in secondary school and five days in primary school, supported and supervised jointly by a school mentor and a faculty tutor. In addition to this you’ll cover modules on planning, assessment and teaching and you’ll also focus on the teaching of design and technology itself. You’ll maintain professional development and subject knowledge profiles enabling you to chart your development in meeting the professional standards required by the Department of Education. Assessments are based around school experience and are designed to be learning experiences shared with other students, mentors and tutors. You’ll learn to draw on your experience of teaching as well as provide evidence of reading and reflection.

Core modules
-EPGS413 Practical Teaching 1
-EPGS710 Developing Subject Pedagogy
-EPGS719 Professional Studies
-EPGS618 Practical Teaching 2
-EPGS615 Introduction to Professional Teaching and Learning

Optional modules
-EPGS619 Professional Studies
-EPGS610 Developing Subject Pedagogy

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Bring your graduate expertise, skills and enthusiasm to the imaginative and practical teaching of art and design to children of all abilities from 11 to 18. Read more
Bring your graduate expertise, skills and enthusiasm to the imaginative and practical teaching of art and design to children of all abilities from 11 to 18. Our full-time, one year PGCE programme in art and design will qualify you for the 11-16 national standards for qualified teacher status (QTS) set by the Department for Education. The 17 weeks placement experience will sharpen your skills and fully prepare you for your future teaching career.

Key features

-Draw upon your own expertise in art and design and extend your own visual knowledge and understanding.
-Build your confidence and gain practical teaching experience, with two main placements in local secondary schools and shorter visits to primary schools.
-Access a range of bursary and funding options to help ensure you’re able to focus on your studies and placements.
-Benefit from support throughout your training from both your faculty tutor and school mentors.
-Stand out as a subject specialist with the knowledge, personal qualities and standards of professional competence necessary to stimulate the imagination of children and to maintain and improve standards in schools.
-Learn about the latest curriculum developments, issues and innovations.
-Deepen your understanding of teaching, and learn about the opportunities for continued professional development and the relationship between educators and society.
-Make use of the latest technologies and developments in teaching and gain experience in developing multimedia resources for your subject.
-Hone your CV, interview and job application skills and attend events that will introduce you to potential employers.
-Leave with the skills, knowledge and experience needed to begin your career teaching art and design to children of all abilities from 11-18.
-Take advantage of free teacher training support from the Department for Education’s Premier Plus programme.

Course details

You’ll spend two thirds of your PGCE on placement with 24 weeks in secondary school and five days in primary school, supported and supervised jointly by a school mentor and a faculty tutor. In addition to this you’ll cover modules on planning, assessment and teaching and you’ll also focus on the teaching of art and design itself. You’ll maintain professional development and subject knowledge profiles enabling you to chart your development in meeting the professional standards required by the Department of Education. Assessments are based around school experience and are designed to be learning experiences shared with other students, mentors and tutors. You’ll learn to draw on your experience of teaching as well as provide evidence of reading and reflection.

Core modules
-EPGS413 Practical Teaching 1
-EPGS710 Developing Subject Pedagogy
-EPGS719 Professional Studies
-EPGS618 Practical Teaching 2
-EPGS615 Introduction to Professional Teaching and Learning

Optional modules
-EPGS619 Professional Studies
-EPGS610 Developing Subject Pedagogy

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Bring your graduate expertise, skills and enthusiasm to the imaginative and practical teaching of biology to children of all abilities from 11 to 18. Read more
Bring your graduate expertise, skills and enthusiasm to the imaginative and practical teaching of biology to children of all abilities from 11 to 18. Our one year programme aims to prepare you to teach in a way that makes use of the latest developments and technology. You’ll be introduced to a range of modern scientific software and use and develop resources for interactive white boards. The placement experience will sharpen your skills and fully prepare you for your future teaching career.

Key features

-Build your confidence and gain practical teaching experience, with two main placements in local secondary schools and shorter visits to primary schools.
-Access a range of bursary and funding options to help ensure you’re able to focus on your studies and placements.
-Benefit from support throughout your training from both your faculty tutor and school mentors.
-Stand out as a subject specialist with the knowledge, personal qualities and standards of professional competence necessary to stimulate the imagination of children and to maintain and improve standards in schools.
-Learn about the latest curriculum developments, issues and innovations.
-You'll be supported to teach all three sciences to GCSE, with a particular focus on your specialism.
-Deepen your understanding of teaching, and learn about the opportunities for continued professional development and the relationship between educators and society.
-Make use of the latest technologies and developments in teaching and gain experience in developing multimedia resources for your subject.
-Hone your CV, interview and job application skills and attend events that will introduce you to potential employers.
-Leave with the skills, knowledge and experience needed to begin your career teaching biology to children of all abilities from 11-18.
-Take advantage of free teacher training support from the Department for Education’s Premier Plus programme.
-Our PGCE secondary programme is now part of the School Direct initiative, and we offer a wide range of subjects through this route.

Course details

You’ll take six core modules: induction and professional issues, teaching and learning biology, developing subject pedagogy, professional studies and practical teaching (two parts). You’ll maintain professional development and subject knowledge profiles, enabling you to chart your development in meeting the professional standards required by the Department of Education. You’ll learn to draw on your experience of teaching as well as provide evidence of reading and reflection. We’ll support you with a range of graduated practical experiences which will allow you to develop the confidence to take responsibility in the classroom. This tapered introduction to learning is a well established and successful feature of our teacher training. As a trainee teacher you’ll spend two thirds of your PGCE year in local schools with two main secondary school placements as well as shorter visits to primary schools. You’ll be supervised jointly by a school mentor and a faculty tutor.

Core modules
-EPGS413 Practical Teaching 1
-EPGS710 Developing Subject Pedagogy
-EPGS719 Professional Studies
-EPGS618 Practical Teaching 2
-EPGS615 Introduction to Professional Teaching and Learning

Optional modules
-EPGS619 Professional Studies
-EPGS610 Developing Subject Pedagogy

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Transform your enthusiasm for chemistry into practical teaching skills. Dedicated and skilled chemistry teachers are in demand. Read more
Transform your enthusiasm for chemistry into practical teaching skills. Dedicated and skilled chemistry teachers are in demand. With school placements, tutor support and a graduated induction programme, our trainees are well prepared for teaching in secondary education, and have an excellent record of obtaining first teaching posts. We’ll give you the training and support needed to develop the skills, knowledge and confidence to begin your professional teaching career.

Key features

-Build your confidence and gain practical teaching experience, with two main placements in local secondary schools and shorter visits to primary schools.
-Access a range of bursaries and funding options to help ensure you’re able to focus on your studies and placements. The Royal -Society of Chemistry (RSC) offers generous teacher training scholarships to exceptional candidates.
-Benefit from support throughout your training from both your faculty tutor and school mentors.
-Learn about the latest curriculum developments, issues and innovations.
-You'll be supported to teach all three sciences to GCSE with a particular focus on your specialism.
-Deepen your understanding of teaching, and learn about the opportunities for continued professional development and the relationship between educators and society.
-Make use of the latest technologies and developments in teaching and gain experience in developing multimedia resources for your subject.
-Hone your CV, interview and job application skills and attend events that will introduce you to potential employers.
-Leave with the skills, knowledge and experience needed to begin your career teaching chemistry to children of all abilities from 11-18.
-Take advantage of free teacher training support from the Department for Education’s Premier Plus programme.
-Our PGCE secondary programme is now part of the School Direct initiative, and we offer a wide range of subjects through this route.

Course details

You’ll take six core modules, including induction and professional issues, teaching and learning chemistry, developing subject pedagogy, professional studies and practical teaching. We assess modules through either coursework or practical teaching. You’ll learn to draw on your experience of teaching, and to provide evidence of reading and reflection. We’ll support you with a range of graduated practical experiences that will help you develop confidence and achieve the competence to take responsibility in the classroom. This tapered introduction to learning about teaching is a successful feature of our trainee teachers' work. You’ll spend two-thirds of your year in local schools with two secondary school placements, plus visits to primary schools. A school mentor and a faculty tutor will supervise you jointly.

Core modules
-EPGS413 Practical Teaching 1
-EPGS710 Developing Subject Pedagogy
-EPGS719 Professional Studies
-EPGS618 Practical Teaching 2
-EPGS615 Introduction to Professional Teaching and Learning

Optional modules
-EPGS619 Professional Studies
-EPGS610 Developing Subject Pedagogy

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Bring your graduate expertise, skills and enthusiasm to the imaginative and practical teaching of mathematics to children of all abilities from 11 to 18. Read more
Bring your graduate expertise, skills and enthusiasm to the imaginative and practical teaching of mathematics to children of all abilities from 11 to 18. Our full-time, one year PGCE programme in mathematics will qualify you for the 11-16 national standards for qualified teacher status (QTS) set by the Department for Education. The PGCE also goes beyond this into Key Stage 5 (16-18 years). Sharpen your skills and build the confidence you need for your future teaching career.

Key features

-Build your confidence and gain practical teaching experience, with two main placements in local secondary schools and shorter visits to primary schools.
-Access a range of bursary and funding options to help ensure you’re able to focus on your studies and placements.
-Benefit from support throughout your training from both your faculty tutor and school mentors.
-Stand out as a subject specialist with the knowledge, personal qualities and standards of professional competence necessary to stimulate the imagination of children and to maintain and improve standards in schools.
-Learn about the latest curriculum developments, issues and innovations.
-Deepen your understanding of teaching, and learn about the opportunities for continued professional development and the relationship between educators and society.
-Make use of the latest technologies and developments in teaching and gain experience in developing multimedia resources for your subject.
-Hone your CV, interview and job application skills and attend events that will introduce you to potential employers.
-Leave with the skills, knowledge and experience needed to begin your career teaching mathematics to children of all abilities from 11-18.
-Take advantage of free teacher training support from the Department for Education’s Premier Plus programme.
-Our PGCE secondary programme is now part of the School Direct initiative, and we offer a wide range of subjects through this route.

Course details

You’ll take six core modules including induction and professional issues, teaching and learning in mathematics, developing subject pedagogy, and professional studies and practical teaching. We assess modules through either coursework or practical teaching. You’ll learn to draw on your experience of teaching and to provide evidence of reading and reflection. We’ll support you with a range of graduated practical experiences which will allow you to develop confidence to take responsibility in the classroom. This tapered introduction to learning is a well established and successful feature of our teacher training. As a trainee teacher you’ll spend two thirds of your PGCE year in local schools with two main secondary school placements as well as shorter visits to primary schools. You’ll be supervised jointly by a school mentor and a faculty tutor.

Core modules
-EPGS413 Practical Teaching 1
-EPGS710 Developing Subject Pedagogy
-EPGS719 Professional Studies
-EPGS618 Practical Teaching 2
-EPGS615 Introduction to Professional Teaching and Learning

Optional modules
-EPGS619 Professional Studies
-EPGS610 Developing Subject Pedagogy

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Inspire secondary school pupils to study music through imaginative and practical teaching. Our full time, one year PGCE programme will help you bring your graduate expertise, skills and enthusiasm for teaching music to children of all abilities from 11-18. Read more
Inspire secondary school pupils to study music through imaginative and practical teaching. Our full time, one year PGCE programme will help you bring your graduate expertise, skills and enthusiasm for teaching music to children of all abilities from 11-18. With 17 weeks placement experience, you’ll be able to sharpen your skills and fully prepare yourself for your future teaching career.

Key features

-Draw upon your own expertise in music and extend your own musical knowledge and understanding.
-Build your confidence and gain practical teaching experience, with two main placements in local secondary schools and shorter visits to primary schools.
-Access a range of bursary and funding options to help ensure you’re able to focus on your studies and placements.
-Benefit from support throughout your training from both your faculty tutor and school mentors.
-Stand out as a subject specialist with the knowledge, personal qualities and standards of professional competence necessary to stimulate the imagination of children and to maintain and improve standards in schools.
-Learn about the latest curriculum developments, issues and innovations.
-Deepen your understanding of teaching, and learn about the opportunities for continued professional development and the relationship between educators and society.
-Make use of the latest technologies and developments in teaching and gain experience in developing multimedia resources for your subject.
-Hone your CV, interview and job application skills and attend events that will introduce you to potential employers.
-Leave with the skills, knowledge and experience needed to begin your career teaching music to children of all abilities from 11-18.
-Take advantage of free teacher training support from the Department for Education’s Premier Plus programme.

Course details

You’ll spend two thirds of your PGCE on placement with 24 weeks in secondary school and five days in primary school, supported and supervised jointly by a school mentor and a faculty tutor. In addition to this you’ll cover modules on planning, assessment and teaching and you’ll also focus on the teaching of music itself. You’ll maintain professional development and subject knowledge profiles enabling you to chart your development in meeting the professional standards required by the Department of Education. Assessments are based around school experience and are designed to be learning experiences shared with other students, mentors and tutors. You’ll learn to draw on your experience of teaching as well as provide evidence of reading and reflection.

Core modules
-EPGS413 Practical Teaching 1
-EPGS710 Developing Subject Pedagogy
-EPGS719 Professional Studies
-EPGS618 Practical Teaching 2
-EPGS615 Introduction to Professional Teaching and Learning

Optional modules
-EPGS619 Professional Studies
-EPGS610 Developing Subject Pedagogy

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Transform your enthusiasm for physics into practical teaching skills. With school placements, tutor support and a graduated induction programme, our trainees are well prepared for teaching in secondary education, and have an excellent record of obtaining first teaching posts. Read more
Transform your enthusiasm for physics into practical teaching skills. With school placements, tutor support and a graduated induction programme, our trainees are well prepared for teaching in secondary education, and have an excellent record of obtaining first teaching posts. Dedicated and skilled physics teachers are in demand – we’ll give you the training and support needed to develop the skills, knowledge and confidence to begin your professional teaching career.

Key features

-Build your confidence and gain practical teaching experience, with two main placements in local secondary schools and shorter visits to primary schools.
-Access a range of bursaries and funding options to help ensure you’re able to focus on your studies and placements. The Institute of -Physics (IOP) offers generous teacher training scholarships to exceptional candidates.
-Benefit from support throughout your training from both your faculty tutor and school mentors.
-Learn about the latest curriculum developments, issues and innovations.
-You'll be supported to teach all three sciences to GCSE with a particular focus on your specialism.
-Deepen your understanding of teaching, and learn about the opportunities for continued professional development and the relationship between educators and society.
-Make use of the latest technologies and developments in teaching and gain experience in developing multimedia resources for your subject.
-Hone your CV, interview and job application skills and attend events that will introduce you to potential employers.
-Leave with the skills, knowledge and experience needed to begin your career teaching physics to children of all abilities from 11-18.
-Take advantage of free teacher training support from the Department for Education’s Premier Plus programme.
-Our PGCE secondary programme is now part of the School Direct initiative, and we offer a wide range of subjects through this route.

Course details

You’ll take six core modules, including induction and professional issues, teaching and learning physics, developing subject pedagogy, professional studies and practical teaching. We assess modules through either coursework or practical teaching. You’ll learn to draw on your experience of teaching, and to provide evidence of reading and reflection. We’ll support you with a range of graduated practical experiences that will help you develop confidence and achieve the competence to take responsibility in the classroom. This tapered introduction to learning about teaching is a successful feature of our trainee teachers' work. You’ll spend two-thirds of your year in local schools with two secondary school placements, plus visits to primary schools. A school mentor and a faculty tutor will supervise you jointly.

Core modules
-EPGS413 Practical Teaching 1
-EPGS710 Developing Subject Pedagogy
-EPGS719 Professional Studies
-EPGS618 Practical Teaching 2
-EPGS615 Introduction to Professional Teaching and Learning

Optional modules
-EPGS619 Professional Studies
-EPGS610 Developing Subject Pedagogy

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Bring your graduate expertise, skills and enthusiasm to the imaginative and practical teaching of drama to children of all abilities from 11 to 18. Read more
Bring your graduate expertise, skills and enthusiasm to the imaginative and practical teaching of drama to children of all abilities from 11 to 18. Our full-time, one year PGCE programme in drama will qualify you for the 11-16 national standards for qualified teacher status (QTS) set by the Department for Education. The 17 weeks placement experience will sharpen your skills and fully prepare you for your future teaching career.

Course details

You’ll spend two thirds of your PGCE on placement with 24 weeks in secondary school and five days in primary school, supported and supervised jointly by a school mentor and a faculty tutor. In addition to this you’ll cover modules on planning, assessment and teaching and you’ll also focus on the teaching of drama itself. You’ll maintain professional development and subject knowledge profiles enabling you to chart your development in meeting the professional standards required by the Department of Education. Assessments are based around school experience and are designed to be learning experiences shared with other students, mentors and tutors. You’ll learn to draw on your experience of teaching as well as provide evidence of reading and reflection.

Core modules
-EPGS413 Practical Teaching 1
-EPGS710 Developing Subject Pedagogy
-EPGS719 Professional Studies
-EPGS618 Practical Teaching 2
-EPGS615 Introduction to Professional Teaching and Learning

Optional modules
-EPGS619 Professional Studies
-EPGS610 Developing Subject Pedagogy

Every postgraduate taught course has a detailed programme specification document describing the programme aims, the programme structure, the teaching and learning methods, the learning outcomes and the rules of assessment.

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Bring your graduate expertise, skills and enthusiasm to the imaginative and practical teaching of English to children of all abilities from 11 to 18. Read more
Bring your graduate expertise, skills and enthusiasm to the imaginative and practical teaching of English to children of all abilities from 11 to 18. Our full-time, one year PGCE programme in English will qualify you for the 11-16 national standards for qualified teacher status (QTS) set by the Department for Education. The 24 weeks placement experience will sharpen your skills and fully prepare you for your future teaching career.

Key features

-Draw upon your own expertise in English and extend your own knowledge and understanding.
-Build your confidence and gain practical teaching experience, with two main placements in local secondary schools and shorter visits to primary schools.
-Access a range of bursary and funding options to help ensure you’re able to focus on your studies and placements.
-Benefit from support throughout your training from both your faculty tutor and school mentors.
-Stand out as a subject specialist with the knowledge, personal qualities and standards of professional competence necessary to stimulate the imagination of children and to maintain and improve standards in schools.
-Learn about the latest curriculum developments, issues and innovations.
-Deepen your understanding of teaching, and learn about the opportunities for continued professional development and the relationship between educators and society.
-Make use of the latest technologies and developments in teaching and gain experience in developing multimedia resources for your subject.
-Hone your CV, interview and job application skills and attend events that will introduce you to potential employers.
-Leave with the skills, knowledge and experience needed to begin your career teaching music to children of all abilities from 11-18.

Course details

You’ll spend two thirds of your PGCE on placement with 24 weeks in secondary school and five days in primary school, supported and supervised jointly by a school mentor and a faculty tutor. In addition to this you’ll cover modules on planning, assessment and teaching and you’ll also focus on the teaching of English itself. You’ll maintain professional development and subject knowledge profiles enabling you to chart your development in meeting the professional standards required by the Department for Education. Assessments are based around school experience and are designed to be learning experiences shared with other students, mentors and tutors. You’ll learn to draw on your experience of teaching as well as provide evidence of reading and reflection.

Core modules
-EPGS413 Practical Teaching 1
-EPGS710 Developing Subject Pedagogy
-EPGS719 Professional Studies
-EPGS618 Practical Teaching 2
-EPGS615 Introduction to Professional Teaching and Learning

Optional modules
-EPGS619 Professional Studies
-EPGS610 Developing Subject Pedagogy

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Bring your graduate expertise, skills and enthusiasm to the imaginative and practical teaching of geography to children of all abilities from 11 to 18. Read more
Bring your graduate expertise, skills and enthusiasm to the imaginative and practical teaching of geography to children of all abilities from 11 to 18. Our full-time, one year PGCE programme in geography will qualify you for the 11-16 national standards for qualified teacher status (QTS) set by the Department for Education. The 24 weeks placement experience will sharpen your skills and fully prepare you for your future teaching career.

Key features

-Draw upon your own expertise in geography and extend your own knowledge and understanding.
-Build your confidence and gain practical teaching experience, with two main placements in local secondary schools and shorter visits to primary schools.
-Access a range of bursary and funding options to help ensure you’re able to focus on your studies and placements.
-Benefit from support throughout your training from both your faculty tutor and school mentors.
-Stand out as a subject specialist with the knowledge, personal qualities and standards of professional competence necessary to stimulate the imagination of children and to maintain and improve standards in schools.
-Learn about the latest curriculum developments, issues and innovations.
-Deepen your understanding of teaching, and learn about the opportunities for continued professional development and the relationship between educators and society.
-Make use of the latest technologies and developments in teaching and gain experience in developing multimedia resources for your subject.
-Hone your CV, interview and job application skills and attend events that will introduce you to potential employers.
-Leave with the skills, knowledge and experience needed to begin your career teaching music to children of all abilities from 11-18.

Course details

You’ll spend two thirds of your PGCE on placement with 24 weeks in secondary school and five days in primary school, supported and supervised jointly by a school mentor and a faculty tutor. In addition to this you’ll cover modules on planning, assessment and teaching and you’ll also focus on the teaching of geography itself. You’ll maintain professional development and subject knowledge profiles enabling you to chart your development in meeting the professional standards required by the Department for Education. Assessments are based around school experience and are designed to be learning experiences shared with other students, mentors and tutors. You’ll learn to draw on your experience of teaching as well as provide evidence of reading and reflection.

Core modules
-EPGS413 Practical Teaching 1
-EPGS710 Developing Subject Pedagogy
-EPGS719 Professional Studies
-EPGS618 Practical Teaching 2
-EPGS615 Introduction to Professional Teaching and Learning

Optional modules
-EPGS619 Professional Studies
-EPGS610 Developing Subject Pedagogy

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This dynamic, placement-focused programme enables you to become an enthusiastic and stimulating teacher, ready to inspire young children. Read more
This dynamic, placement-focused programme enables you to become an enthusiastic and stimulating teacher, ready to inspire young children. Learn to teach the relevant curricula and build your understanding of how young children think, develop and learn. Supported by our inspirational staff, this programme will enable you to build the skills needed for a career in Early Years Foundation Stage settings and in Key Stage 1 in primary schools.

Key features

-Choose a programme with a national reputation for its quality.
-Learn to teach and assess all the Areas of Learning for the Early Years Foundation Stage and the required subjects of the national curriculum for Key Stage 1 with confidence and creativity.
-Benefit from the high-quality teaching of experienced university tutors, who provide inspirational learning opportunities for you, based on pedagogical research and innovative current practice.
-Engage in your own research about early years education and gain up to 60 credits at master’s level.
-Become an outstanding teacher of young children as you progress through 24 weeks in three different placements, supported by expert mentors. You will be placed in a nursery setting, a reception class and a Key Stage 1 class during the course.
-Benefit from close partnerships with a very diverse range of schools and educational settings across the whole of the South West of England, London and internationally.

Course details

You’ll combine 14 weeks of campus-based lectures and seminars with three different placements totalling 24 weeks. Learn to teach Areas of Learning for the Early Years Foundation Stage, the core subjects of the national curriculum for Key Stage 1 as well as an introduction to the non-core subjects. You’ll learn through lectures, seminars and workshops and through independent research. Throughout the year you’ll reflect upon your professional development as a teacher, bringing together your understanding of educational theory with your developing knowledge of outstanding practice. Your first two placements will be in early years settings, where you will learn to provide exciting learning opportunities for young children. In your final placement, which will be in Key Stage 1, you will take on – as closely as possible - the full responsibilities of a qualified teacher. You will be supported with your preparations for your first teaching post as a newly qualified teacher (NQT).

Core modules
-EPGP607 Final Experience in Educational Settings
-EPGP700 Reflection on Professional Studies
-EPGP605 Blocked Experience in Educational Settings 1
-EPGP613 The Broader Curriculum in EYFS and Key Stage 1
-EPGP711 Early Years Foundation Stage & KS1 Core Curriculum Subjects

Optional modules
-EPGP600 Reflection on Professional Studies
-EPGP611 Early Years Foundation Stage & KS1 Core Curriculum Subjects

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