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    In studying primary education as of September, I was just wondering how many days are you at university and what kind of hours? As I'm trying to sort out part time job arrangements!

    Two thirds of the course will be spent on placement - expect to arrive early at schools and to leave late, still with work to do when you get home. The best bet for a part time job, would be weekends. At least then you have 'regular' hours.

    Sorry, I know that's probably not what you wanted to hear! But a PGCE is a mammoth undertaking, you will be working hard this year!
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