Hi all, I'm hoping to apply through clearing this year to undergrad primary education courses (if any places open up) but i don't meet the entry requirements, i have three D's at A-level but to add to this i recently finished a CACHE supporting teaching and learning level three certificate and have been volunteering in a primary school for the past year. i have also been helping run a local scout group and have worked as an outdoor activities instructor with children ranging from ages 5 and upwards. anyways i was wondering whether anyone has any advice or whether i even have a chance at this or whether another route is going to be more suitable. any help appreciated thanks.
Applying to undergrad primary education courses with low A-level results Watch
- Thread Starter
- 08-07-2014 14:19
- 08-07-2014 14:23
If you are going to go down this route, make sure you have passed the QTS tests and done your DBS check.
Places will open up on results day through clearing, Just ring up and I'm sure some universities will offer you a place.