12 training courses found
The Physical Education (PE) PGCE course at St Mary’s University continues the tradition of producing outstanding practitioners of secondary PE. Trainees are assessed on their ability to teach pupils in the 11-16 age range, with opportunities for A level and BTEC teaching also included in the programme as appropriate.
The Geography course aims to prepare trainees with the practical skills needed to help foster the 'geographical imagination' of young people by teaching this vibrant and exciting subject in an innovative way to support pupil learning. The PGCE course aims to produce teachers of the highest quality.
The secondary RE PGCE course is dedicated to producing excellent RE teachers and offers applicants the opportunity to become part of a long tradition of trainee teachers. It is preferable to have sufficient accredited knowledge of two or more of the major world faiths in order to be able to teach the subject to AS/A2 level.
The PCGE Mathematics course offers the opportunity to train to teach mathematics at secondary school level. The focus of the course is on mathematics across Key Stages 3, 4 and 5.
The modern foreign language (MFL) PGCE course offers the opportunity to train to teach French, Spanish and German. The PGCE course aims to produce teachers of the highest quality.
This course aims to teach and learn alongside creative, reflective and dynamic practitioners who are committed to teaching. The programme encourages students to increase their understanding of teaching and learning processes in order to develop and maintain the high levels of enthusiasm, ability and passion necessary within the teaching profession.
This course offers a twenty eight, sixteen and twelve week distance learning SKE which includes two weeks practical laboratory work at Charterhouse School. A team of experienced teacher practitioners with a wealth of experience from working in secondary education will oversee the course.
The PGCE History course combines understanding of the place of history in society and the school curriculum with pedagogy on all aspects of history teaching. The PGCE secondary history course aims to prepare trainees with the skills needed to teach this vibrant and exciting subject.
The PE course will develop the necessary skills and understanding within primary PE and primary education to become a subject leader within PE. The learning will highlight key aspects such as high quality teaching, inclusive practice and sports specific courses.
This course aims to produce teachers of the highest quality. This quality is achieved when you match the commitment and dedication of teachers and tutors throughout the programme.
This course covers all aspects of English, with an emphasis on practical activities for use in school. There is a strong emphasis on planning for the whole ability range to ensure that all pupils are able to make progress with a focus on the impact of literacy, EAL and SEN on Secondary English teaching and learning.
The science PGCE course at St Mary’s University offers the opportunity to train to teach Biology, Chemistry and Physics. All trainees offer one science subject area as a specialism and can show evidence of understanding of the other two specialisms for Key Stage 3 level.