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Our four-year degree programmes (including a foundation year) provide an alternative route to undergraduate study at university if you do not have the grades to access higher education in the traditional way.On successful completion of the Education Foundation Year pathway you will need to complete the government skills tests in numeracy and literacy, pass an interview process and obtain a DBS and fitness to teach check in order to progress on to the undergraduate programme.Primary Education
Our four-year degree programmes (including a foundation year) provide an alternative route to undergraduate study at university if you do not have the grades to access higher education in the traditional way.On successful completion of the Education Foundation Year pathway you will need to complete the government skills tests in numeracy and literacy, pass an interview process and obtain a DBS and fitness to teach check in order to progress on to the undergraduate programme.Primary Education leads to one of the most fulfilling and rewarding careers.Our degree programme trains you to teach children aged 5 to 11 years old. It teaches you how to educate and inspire future generations, and gives you the perfect foundation for future pathways such as educational leadership. You will gain an in-depth knowledge of primary education with three years to acquire the relevant knowledge and skills needed to be an outstanding teacher.Key facts- 100% of Primary Education with QTS students are employed or in further study (or both) within six months of graduating (Destinations of Leavers from Higher Education, 2016/17)- One year after graduating our education students are, on average, the second highest paid across the sector earning £3,300 more per year (on average) than the median salary. Five years after graduating this figure goes up to £6,100 (Department for Education LEO data, 2017)- Primary Education with QTS scored 97% for overall satisfaction, 96% for learning opportunities and 94% for teaching satisfaction and academic support in the 2018 National Student Survey- Our Primary Initial Teacher Education courses are judged by Ofsted as ‘outstanding’ - the highest grade attainable in an Ofsted inspection- You will choose four elective subjects in the second year, allowing you to showcase your talents and follow your particular interests- Taught on our historic Strawberry Hill campus in West London