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    Anybody know where is the best place to study BA Primary Ed with QTS>
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    (Original post by ruthtagger)
    Anybody know where is the best place to study BA Primary Ed with QTS>
    Usually the best places for teaching are the smaller universities that used to be teacher training colleges. For example, Edge Hill, Leeds Trinity, York St John.
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    http://www.guardian.co.uk/education/...uide-education
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    I went to Worcester and it was decent (overall) for Primary Education. It always gets outstanding on Ofsteds and has a good reputation.
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    I'm currently at Plymouth uni, their teaching resources are brilliant. You don't get so many contact hours but are set a lot of tasks for self discovery and learning.

    Take a look!

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