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PGCE?Primary (5-11)

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UCAS X100

Bognor Regis campus

One Year Full Time

Entry Requirements and Fees

Entry requirements:

  • All applicants must hold an honours degree or equivalent qualification.? The majority of successful applicants will have a 2:2 or above degree but we do accept applicants with a lower classification but an otherwise strong application.
  • All applicants must have GCSE passes in English, mathematics and science at grade C/4 or above. We will consider applicants who are taking the relevant GCSEs whilst applying.
  • Your personal statement is important; it should convince us that you are serious about teaching as a career. You will need to demonstrate a strong awareness of the complex role of the teacher in supporting learning. You should ensure that you refer to any voluntary or paid experiences in schools.
  • You will be required to attend an interview
  • Satisfactory occupational health and enhanced DBS check required
  • If English is not your first language then English language proficiency required is IELTS?7.0?(with no element less than 6.5) – or equivalent qualification.

Fees:

2021/22?UK fee: £9,250

2021/22 International fee: £14,050

For further details about fees, please see our Tuition Fee page.

For further details about international scholarships, please see our Scholarships page.

For University of Chichester alumni applying for a?PGCE?degree, there will be a £1000 bursary available.

Student view

Michael
PGCE Primary Alumni

“The PGCE Primary course is amazing. You meet and work with great people and all the University staff are extremely helpful in improving your development as a trainee teacher. They make you feel ready for the challenge of teaching.”

Course content

TOP 10 UK?UNIVERSITY?FOR EDUCATION

8th out of 80 institutions?for our Education courses (Guardian League Tables 2021)

Course overview

This full-time, one-year course is designed to train you as a confident and inspiring primary teacher. You will focus on teaching the primary curriculum and will receive high quality training in partnership with local schools to build your classroom experience.

The course runs from September to July and you’ll spend the majority of this time (at least 24 weeks) on placement in schools.

Why study this course?

  • The course enables you to become a qualified primary teacher.
  • You’ll also develop your skills of critical analysis and engage with educational research.
  • You will be taught at master’s level which will allow you to gain up to 60 credits towards a master’s qualification in the future.
  • By the end of the course, you’ll be a reflective practitioner equipped to continue your professional learning throughout your career.
  • It’s taught by experienced and enthusiastic tutors, in partnership with teachers in local schools who will support you throughout the year.
  • We are offering a £1000 bursary?for alumni students continuing their studies with a?PGCE.

Work-based/School-based placements

During the course, you will experience a number of different placements. These include two extended placements each?lasting 8 to 10 weeks where you will take on increasing responsibility for teaching.

At the start of the course you will be teaching small groups of pupils. By the end, you’ll be teaching subjects across the primary curriculum to a whole class. During the extended placements you will be supported by a school-based mentor and a link tutor from the University.

The maximum travel time that we allow for these teaching placements is one hour in each direction from your term time address to the placement school (assuming your term time address is within our partnership area).?

In addition to the two extended placements, you will have three short group placements. You will spend:

  • four days in a secondary school
  • two weeks in a reception class and
  • two weeks in a special school.

A key aim of these placements is to develop your understanding of progression, inclusion and signature pedagogy.

Course start date

This course starts in?September.

Read our PGCE brochure for more information.

Our facilities

Campus location: Bognor Regis Campus

We’ve developed both of our campuses to have the best facilities available for your degree. We pride ourselves on the quality of the learning environment we can offer our students.

Learning Resource Centre

Learning Resource Centre facilities

Our Learning Resource Centre is at the heart of the Bognor Regis campus.? It hosts:

  • A modern library service with areas for quiet and silent study on both floors?
  • A range of study areas for group study
  • Over 80 open access?PC and Mac?stations
  • Wi-Fi areas for laptop use
  • Substantial collection of books, journals and other materials to help you?further your research
  • Online library resources you can access?from anywhere?at any time
  • Costa?Coffee
  • Also situated in the Learning Resource Centre is the Support and Information Zone?(SIZ) to help with any enquiries?while at university
  • At SIZ, there's an equipment loans centre offerings?laptops, tablets and other electronic devices for short and long-term loans

Teaching Resources

Teaching resources at the University of Chichester

Becoming an exceptional teacher means you’ll need to bring your lessons to life. We offer a collection of over 20,000 classroom resources for you to borrow while on placement in schools. Head to the ground floor of the Learning Resource Centre at Bognor Regis campus to see our assortment of materials.

The local area

The local area surrounding the University of Chichester's Bognor Regis Campus

It’s important to love where you live and study and the local area surrounding the University has so much to offer. With the seaside town, historic city, rolling countryside and stunning beaches, there’s plenty to explore.?

Where this can take you

Career opportunities

This programme will enable you to achieve Qualified Teacher Status and work as a?primary class teacher. While the vast majority of graduates choose to work in a primary school, in previous years, some students have been employed in secondary schools, special schools or the wider education sector. Many of our previous students have progressed in their careers and now hold senior posts in their schools.

Further study

Postgraduate study options include Masters courses:

Indicative modules

The university-based study is divided into three key areas which will develop the knowledge, understanding and skills required to plan and manage creative and effective lessons while ensuring that pupils of all abilities are motivated to learn.

These key areas are:

  1. Core Curriculum
  2. Wider Curriculum
  3. Professional Studies

Core Curriculum

The Core Curriculum module will develop your confidence and enjoyment to teach:

  • English,
  • Mathematics and
  • Science

Through lively and interactive seminars, you will develop your subject, curriculum and pedagogical knowledge in all three subjects.

It will equip you to take a critical and reflective view of each subject’s curriculum and pedagogies. You will develop a?detailed understanding of the distinctive features of each subject area and explore relevant research concerning children’s learning in that subject.

By linking your learning to school experience, the module will promote the necessary competencies and understanding you need to plan, teach and assess the core curriculum effectively.

Wider Curriculum

This module aims to develop your critical understanding and enthusiasm for the whole primary curriculum. It will consist of a range of engaging practical workshops addressing the teaching of the primary curriculum. For example:

  • Art
  • Computing
  • Design and Technology
  • Drama
  • Geography
  • History
  • Modern Languages
  • Physical Education and
  • Religious Education

You will develop a systematic knowledge and understanding of key curriculum documents and a critical awareness of current issues and debates surrounding the primary curriculum.

It will prepare you to plan, teach and assess effectively in these areas and to develop cross-curricular approaches to teaching and learning.

Professional Studies

In this module, you will develop a deep understanding of the principles that underpin primary education. You will be taught by a range of expert tutors who will share their knowledge and passion for primary education and children’s learning.

During a range of seminars and lectures, you will critique educational research findings and methods and learn how to apply this in the classroom.

Topics will include lesson planning, teaching strategies, assessment methods,?behaviour?management and other important aspects of teaching. A particular focus will be on issues of inclusion, equality and diversity and the module will develop your ability to apply your knowledge and understanding in the classroom.

By the end of the year, you will have developed your own personal educational philosophy and be able to apply this in the classroom and articulate it to other professionals.?

International English Studies

Include International English Studies: 

Teaching and assessment

Teaching

We use strategies that are designed to enable you to master a broad base of concepts, skills, knowledge, understanding and practice. You’ll experience a mixture of:

  • Lectures
  • Workshops
  • Practical sessions
  • Outdoor learning experiences
  • Field trips
  • Case studies
  • School experience

Assessment

In order to qualify for the award of Postgraduate Certificate in Education (PGCE) with Qualified Teacher Status (QTS), you must pass all school experiences and pass a 12,000 word portfolio at master’s level.

The portfolio consists of a number of tasks that you will complete during the year and share with your Academic Adviser, a member of university staff who will support you throughout the year. They will provide feedback on your work and support you to achieve. Each of the tasks is designed to support your development as a primary teacher and is directly relevant to your practice in the classroom.

School experiences are assessed against the Teachers’ Standards – you will be regularly observed by your mentor and link tutor and will collect evidence of your progress.

Meet our experts

Our?programmes?are taught by a team of experienced academics who are at the forefront of their discipline. Take a look at their?profiles?to see who could be teaching you

Additional Costs

Include Additional Costs: 

Additional Costs

INTERVIEW, DBS AND SCHOOL EXPERIENCE COSTS

Interview

We pride ourselves on the interview experience and want to have the opportunity to give you a clear understanding of what it would be like to study with us. The interview will be made up of different elements. We want you to learn as much about the University and the course as possible. We also want to learn more about you and see your potential to teach. Typically, there will be five parts to the process:

  1. Registration, DBS and qualification checks
  2. Campus Tour (optional)
  3. Presentation from a university tutor
  4. Baseline audit of skills in mathematics and literacy
  5. Paired interviews

Baseline audits

The baseline audit of skills will provide you with an opportunity to consider your strengths and areas for development in numeracy and literacy.

To help you prepare for the audits, head to BBC bitesize for support with the English and mathematics audits.

DBS check

PGCE applicants are required?to have an enhanced Disclosure Barring Service check which?needs to be?paid for?before the start of the course. More information can be found under ‘Additional Costs’ on this page.

Costs incurred during School Experience

Over the duration of your course you will spend 24?weeks on placement. These school experiences are organised in our partnership schools which extend across East & West Sussex, Hampshire and Isle of Wight and into Surrey. Travel to placements, which?can be by car or public transport. Students not in receipt of a government bursary may receive a contribution towards travel costs depending upon the distance.

Whilst on School Experience appropriate professional dress will be required.

Students may wish to purchase a laptop/tablet to use?whilst on school experience as?schools are not required to provide these.

Financial help available from the University

Our Finance pages provides details on living costs, budgeting and paying your tuition fees.

LEARN MORE ABOUT THIS COURSE

Are you interested in this course and would like to learn more??Get in touch?with our Admissions Team for more information.

How to apply

Applying to this course

To apply to this course, you'll need to submit your application directly through UCAS Teacher Training.?For more advice on how to apply, visit the UCAS?website.

Personal statements tips

All PGCE applicants are required to write a personal statement and submit this with their application via?UCAS Teacher Training. Your personal statement should include information about yourself, why you want to teach, what sparked your passion and details of any related teaching experience. Take a look at some helpful personal statement?tips from UCAS and the Government?website.

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