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Foundation Degree Supporting Children in Primary Education

Course Code SCEDEZ0002020

Study Mode Part Time

Duration Two Years and One Semester

Campus Wellington Road Campus

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Delivered in partnership with The University of Wolverhampton

If you currently work as a member of support staff in a primary school the Foundation Degree will give you a progression route to qualified teacher status (QTS).

The course will help you to develop a more indepth understanding of the theories of child development by looking at current research in the field and give you the opportunity to develop your skills by extending your understanding and knowledge of new developments and services in the sector.

The course provides an understanding of childhood incorporating all aspects of development of children and young people from birth to 19 years, as well as current legislation which affects young children and their family and will enable you to evaluate and develop appropriate support approaches and reflective thinking when working in the primary sector.

Throughout the course there is an emphasis on the development of practical, personal and professional attributes and includes developing a knowledge of supporting children in literacy and numeracy in the primary school.

Successful completion of the Foundation Degree will enable you to progress to a BA(Hons) Special Needs and Inclusion Studies at the University of Wolverhampton.

You will have access to electronic copies of all lecturer-produced course documents e.g. module guides, assessment briefs, presentations, handouts, and reading lists and resources will be made available through the University of Wolverhampton's online learning environment (WOLF) and a range of teaching webfolios via PebblePad ePortfolio.

You will also benefit from a range of online formative assessments, including small group learning sets, and will be able to access e-portfolio whole group and individual blogs where you will be able to access assessment feedback and collaborate with others in your learning cohort.

You will also have access to a range of student-generated resources including videos of debates, seminars and presentations and video clips of students reflecting on critical incidents, as well as engaging in interactive learning during all face-to-face sessions, with the use of video analysis, multi-media resources and web materials.

We have a high success rate on this course and excellent feedback from our past students, many of whom have gone on to become teachers or higher level teaching assistants or progressed to the university degree.

NOTE: You will have the opportunity to apply for 40 credits APL (accreditation of prior learning) at Level 4.

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