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¿Qué aprenderé?

The BA (Hons) Children, Learning and Development is ideal for those who have recently completed a relevant foundation degree and requires students to be either working or volunteering in an appropriate setting for 14 hours per week during term time. Students are able to choose from two distinct pathways: Early Childhood or Education.

Voluntary placements need to be undertaken in a school or early years setting rated as good or outstanding by Ofsted. Practice-based learning is combined with campus-based sessions at the University Centre; full-time attendance on the course is normally 7 hours, one day a week, over one year. Students studying part-time will attend one evening a week for two years. It is a work-based course which will see you combine practice-based learning with campus-based sessions, allowing you to continue in work whilst studying.

Programme Aims

1. To prepare students in aspects of management and leadership in education to take wider responsibilities within their chosen field of practice

2. To provide opportunities for study and critical evaluation of contemporary educational research

3. To develop critically reflective and ethically aware educators of babies, children and young people

4. To broaden students’ perspectives by developing awareness of international curricula and cultures in education or early childhood studies

During this programme, students will study 4 modules and will complete a dissertation. Core and pathway specific modules relevant to the chosen sector will be studied which develop practice whilst challenging students’ understanding and knowledge of children and young people.

The programme will address concepts related to leadership and management; safeguarding and professionalism, developing an appreciation of the complex circumstances underpinning children’s development, learning and success in a modern society. Contemporary issues are investigated, bringing current topics to the fore to be debated and applied to experiences. An individual research project provides the opportunity for reflection on working practices. By the end of the programme, students will be fully equipped with a repertoire of skills and knowledge relating to early childhood/ education.

Course Progression

There are a range of career pathways or higher level education programmes available to you on completion of this programme:

– Early Years Teacher (after PGCE, SCITT or similar)
– Primary Teaching (after PGCE, SCITT or similar)
– Post Graduate Course
– Nursery Management
– Community Play Support
– Teaching Assistant
– School, Family and Welfare Liaison
– Special Education Needs Support
– Specialist Subject Support
– Mentoring

¿En cuál departamento estoy?

Access & Humanities

Opciones de estudio

a tiempo completo (1 )

Costos de estudio
£8.000,00 (US$ 9.996) por año
The above mentioned fee is for 21/22 entry. There may be slight increase in 22/23 entry.

Se trata de una tasa provisional aún no aprobada
Fecha de inicio

26 Septiembre 2022

Lugar

University Campus North Lincolnshire

Ashby Road,

Scunthorpe,

North Lincolnshire,

DN16 1AB, England

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