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A teacher who is knowledgeable and skilled can have an amazing impact on a child during their time at school and beyond. Teaching in the 5–11 age range – specialising in Years 3 to 6 – you will play a vital role in motivating children to be engaged and excited about their learning. Developed in close partnership with primary schools throughout East Anglia, our Primary PGCE course is designed to help you become a confident and capable teacher who can motivate children and manage a class
A teacher who is knowledgeable and skilled can have an amazing impact on a child during their time at school and beyond.
Teaching in the 5–11 age range – specialising in Years 3 to 6 – you will play a vital role in motivating children to be engaged and excited about their learning.
Developed in close partnership with primary schools throughout East Anglia, our Primary PGCE course is designed to help you become a confident and capable teacher who can motivate children and manage a class effectively.
Upon successful completion of your PGCE, you will graduate with Qualified Teacher Status (QTS) and 90 Master’s level credits.
You’ll?join this 38-week, full-time course in September and finish the following July.?You’ll?spend the majority of time in schools – with up to 120 days (24 weeks) in placements?and?up to 60 days in?taught sessions . Your placements will be in two different schools, helping you to?develop an understanding from contrasting experiences.
UEA’s PGCE is based on the principle that you can only inspire and teach children well if you really understand them. We aim to develop reflective and inspirational teachers, who value and build upon the rich variety of backgrounds and experiences children bring to the classroom.
We’ll prepare you to plan, teach, assess learning and manage children’s behaviour effectively. You will be well prepared to teach across the primary curriculum, and to work with other professionals in the classroom.
UEA’s Primary PGCE has a long-standing reputation as a successful?teacher training?programme. The latest?Ofsted?report (2014) acknowledged the high quality of our training and the expertise of our tutors.?Ofsted?also praised the commitment of our partnership schools, noting the quality of the collaborative support between school staff and UEA tutors to ensure continuity of support in your learning during your school placements.
The University of East Anglia (UEA) is a campus university on the outskirts of Norwich, situated within private, picturesque landscaped grounds that include woodland and a lake. It has a thriving student community of 15,000, over 4,000 of whom are postgraduates.
As well as its stunning location that serves as an idyllic setting for learning, the university is known for its outstanding research, leading the way in many fields, notably in science. Whether students choose a taught or research-based postgraduate study programme, they can take advantage of the exceptional resources that UEA has to offer.
This includes the excellent facilities, not just in its labs and lecture halls, but also in extra curricular activities such as the Sportspark, a venue with indoor and outdoor courts and pitches and an Olympic-sized pool.