I do Primary Education and it is very full on. Wednesday afternoon was often our only time out of lectures or seminars. The staff are excellent, though, and let us take breaks of up to half an hour if the seminar is 3 hours long. While this seems a long time, I found it passed by very quickly and was made more enjoyable by the content, particularly in the creativity module, where there was a lot of practical work. We have to learn how children learn, so that was how we were taught, a lot of the time. The assignments are horrible, but the staff do make you feel more confident and in their feedback tell you what you are doing right as well as how you can improve, although sometimes they do point out that you have done something wrong but don't explain why, though are more than happy to explain if you ask. We have a huge section in the De Havilland library of course-specific books, as well as many children's books which are important for developing your knowledge of children's literature in the English module. There are no exams, but there is one assignment per module and an assessed placement. This placement is the best part of the course and allows you to teach in a real school with real pupils. The mentors are generally very friendly and helpful and allow you to learn more about teaching than any lecture does.