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    So I am currently studying Archaeology and Landscape Studies. However I have decided that I would prefer to work within Early Years practice (I have a variety of experience in difference settings).

    However I would ultimately like to work with children who have speech and language difficulties in Early Years settings so as a starting point, would it be better to start of with a PGCE Early Years, or Early Years Initial Teach Training...and where do I go from there?

    Thank you!
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    (Original post by LettyMile)
    Hello!

    So I am currently studying Archaeology and Landscape Studies. However I have decided that I would prefer to work within Early Years practice (I have a variety of experience in difference settings).

    However I would ultimately like to work with children who have speech and language difficulties in Early Years settings so as a starting point, would it be better to start of with a PGCE Early Years, or Early Years Initial Teach Training...and where do I go from there?

    Thank you!
    Hi!
    You could do your PGCE and then go on to do a masters in Special Needs.
 
 
 
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