BA Primary Education 2017 UniversityWatch
I'm in the process of applying and interviewing for universities to study Primary Education. What are your choices, have you heard back from them? I'm also interested to know how your interviews went if you have had one yet.
I had an interview at Kingston and it was just me and one other person so it only took about fourty minutes as they basically skipped over the group discussion as we were so limited in numbers (our UCAs applications were early!)
If anyone has any experience from Greenwich or Canterbury universities I'd be interested to know what kind of questions are asked and what the group activity entails!
Best of luck to all prospective teachers!
Edge Hill (interview on the 9th)
York St john
I've applied to
York St. John- 31st January
Leeds trinity - 7th January
Leeds Becket - 18th January
Sheffield Hallam - 5th January
The universities I've applied for for primary ed:
Canterbury Christ church
I've got interviews for all my university choices and they're all within the next 2 months. I did my first interview at Canterbury Christ church on 11th January, and they gave me an offer the next day, so I'm very happy!!
The interview for very relaxed. We had a welcome talk then we did a maths test (which was multiplying decimals, adding fractions etc). Afterwards our names were called and we were taken into smaller rooms. There was about 8-9 of us in each group and we had 2 interviewers in the room. We were then split into 2 smaller groups of 4-5. The group task was quite simple and straight forward. There was some debate so everyone was able to get their view across. Then we had individual interviews with one of the interviewers, and it was like having a friendly conversation. They based all my questions on my personal statement. The whole interview process finished 30 mins early too.
I'm worried for my other interviews though because they sound challenging. Good luck everyone☺️