These courses are for students who wish: • to work with young children, their families and /or communities; • to study children, childhood or play from different perspectives including work placements in a range of early years and other settings. • ECS work with and focus on 0-7yrs • Pw work with 0-16yrs with a focus on 4-16yrs
Multi disciplinary degrees • Education • early years curriculum • Social Policy / Social Care • health and social care policy, children’s health and wellbeing, children in need, multi-disciplinary teams • Sociology • concepts of childhood, children’s peer cultures • Psychology • young children as learners, children’s social/emotional development • Human Geography • young children’s rights in an international context • Playwork • playwork principles and practice
Elective strands • Play Therapy • Information and Communications Technology • Counselling • English Studies • Disability Studies • Social Work • TESOL
Children's centre Play Development Work Play Specialist - hospital setting Play worker Play therapy Learning mentor Learning support Personal adviser Parent Partnership officer Home school liaison worker Sure-start worker-outreach worker Partnership officer Race Relations educational officer Development officer - sports, outdoor education Youth worker Community worker Teaching in alternative settings e.g. special needs, hospital, travellers, home Social worker - children and families Speech therapy and others Educational administration Information Management Research Career pathways
These course are for students who wish: - to teach in Foundation Stage and Primary settings.
Course structure • Early Years and Primary QTS Programme is currently undergoing revalidation. • Moving from subjects to age range for recruitment & M Level credits on new PG routes. • Fufy Demissie, 3-7 Course Leader, Ext. 2548 • Alison Ryan, 5-11 Course Leader, Ext. 2445 • Paula Lee, D&S Marketing Officer, Ext. 5698
Application • Application through UCAS. Application forms are available from Sept. (GTTR for PGCE courses). • For further course information please contact us by telephone on 0114 225 5555 • Email: firstname.lastname@example.org