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Two Mile Ash ITT Partnership

Primary and Early Years Education

UCAS Code: UE18

Bachelor of Arts (with Honours) - BA (Hons)

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About this course


Course option

3.0years

Full-time | 2019

**The BA Hons in Primary Education with QTS is a school-based, three-year undergraduate course leading to Qualified Teacher Status.**

WHO IT IS RELEVANT FOR:
Anyone who wants to be a primary school teacher and has A Levels or equivalent.

DURATION OF COURSE:
This course is full time for three years. Starting September 2019.

COURSE DELIVERY
- Trainees will be placed in a host school for two days a week.

- One and a half days a week will be Directed Study at Two Mile Ash Initial Teacher Training Partnership based at Fairfields Primary School, Fairfields, Milton Keynes.

- One and a half days a week will be set aside for self-directed study time and enrichment activities.

BENEFITS
- School-based training means that trainees are immediately immersed in a school environment where they are learning from experienced mentors while using and applying their knowledge and understanding to classroom learning through Teaching Practices.

- Trainees will participate in a range of training that focuses on developing a reflective and critical evaluation of research, policy and practice to ensure their pedagogical knowledge reflects current thinking.

- Trainees will be based in a school for the duration of a year, each year the school that they are based in will change so trainees get a full and rounded experience of working within different schools.

- TMAITTP is able to offer a more personalised approach to your degree and journey to achieving QTS.

- TMA ITTP is the most established Primary Teacher Training Provider in Milton Keynes, experienced in supporting trainees to become Outstanding Teachers though our PGCE route.

- A large and supportive partnership of schools that allows us to find the right host school to support each trainee.

- Trainees are able to acess resources at both Two Mile Ash Initial Teacher Training Partnership and Birmingham City University

- Whilst Birmingham City University accredited and award the degree trainees will be based in Milton Keynes.

Tuition fees

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England
£9,250
per year
Northern Ireland
£9,250
per year
Scotland
£9,250
per year
Wales
£9,250
per year

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Course location:

Main Site TMA ITTP

Department:

Two Mile Ash ITT Partnership

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