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I'm really confused as in what to do????

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    So, i've been rejected from the primary education courses but still wish to persue a career in primary teaching.

    I'm left with the option of doing a 'Childhood studies' degree and then a PGCE

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    Combine honours degree then a PGCE

    or an english language degree and then PGCE


    what is the best route?? am so confused



    Oh and just to say the 'Childhood studies' also carries a EYPS Qualification.

    Please can anyone help me???

    Thanks!!
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    Anyone going to help me out?????
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    I would say do a degree which you are going to enjoy and find exciting for 3 years, and then do the pgce.

    Perhaps combine your degree choice with child hood studies.

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