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This nationally renowned programme reflects the needs of a primary teacher and the nature of the primary curriculum. It promotes the development of subject knowledge and teaching skills, a thorough understanding of children and the curriculum, and the ability to reflect on your experiences.
Graduates of this programme are qualified to teach children across the full primary age range, with a specialism in one of two age phases: Foundation Stage and Key Stage 1 (3–7 year old children) or Key Stage 2 (7–11 year old children)
Cash scholarships and bursaries available
Single or Combined
The University of Roehampton has exceptional facilities including an extensive Library and Learning Services, and state-of-the-art teaching spaces in modern buildings.
The University of Roehampton has an enviable record in graduate employment. Employers want a complete package of qualification, experience and life skills, so we provide all sorts of career-boosting opportunities, such as internships, work or volunteer placements, networking events, and semesters at universities abroad.
Wondering what other similar courses you could do? Or what further study you could do after this course? At the University of Roehampton, you can choose from a variety of undergraduate degrees, or for further study, choose from our diverse range of postgraduate, masters and research programmes.
KIS stands for Key Information Set. The KIS is an official overview of comparable information on higher education courses for prospective students.
View KIS information for specialisms within this course.
Art and Design (XWC1)
Design and Technology (XJ19)
Early Childhood Studies (X111)
Information and Communication Technology (XGC5)
Physical Education (XCC6)
Religious Education (XVC6)
Special and Inclusive Education (X190)
Art and Design (XW1C)
Design and Technology (XJ1X)
Information and Communication Technology (XG1M)
Modern Foreign Languages (XR31)
Physical Education (XC1P)
Religious Education (XV1P)
Special and Inclusive Education (X191)
The BA Primary Education programme at Roehampton is a comprehensive blend of theoretical and practical knowledge that prepares you to teach across the full primary range.
You will cover both Core and all Foundation subjects with a sound grounding of the theories of teaching and learning included within professional studies modules. You will have school experiences in each year of your programme. At the end of the programme, when you have been successful, you will be recommended for QTS. [You will not need to do a PGCE as well]
All UCAS codes relate to this general primary education programme. Here at Roehampton however, you can also choose a curriculum subject or professional area as a specialism.
In addition you will identify the age phase you feel you would like to specialise in. You will however be qualified to teach across the full range of the primary school.
In selecting a code think of the subject or professional area you think you might want to specialise in then choose an age phase. You can change you programme after selection and will have a chance to discuss your choice at interview.
All BA Primary Education students will follow the same generalist modules and will be qualified to teach across the primary phase.
How to select your code
The School of Education has a long established international reputation for high-quality teaching and research, positioned as one of the principal providers of Initial Teacher Education nationally, and houses highly successful provision in the areas of Education Studies and Early Childhood Studies. We are one of the largest education departments in London and the South-East, a large and vibrant 'community of practice' with staff and students working with colleagues from schools, colleges and local authorities to improve education provision.
Go to the School of Education homepage.
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