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    I'm really struggling to decide between teaching primary aged children or nursery aged children and I'm really not sure what path to choose. I have applied for both courses but I know that the Early Years Course allows you to teach children from nursery age to primary 3. I was wondering if I could jump between nursery and primary with this course and how employable would this make me in relation to a primary school? I really want to teach children with special needs. Any help would be much appreciated 😊
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    (Original post by karen193)
    I'm really struggling to decide between teaching primary aged children or nursery aged children and I'm really not sure what path to choose. I have applied for both courses but I know that the Early Years Course allows you to teach children from nursery age to primary 3. I was wondering if I could jump between nursery and primary with this course and how employable would this make me in relation to a primary school? I really want to teach children with special needs. Any help would be much appreciated 😊
    You would need a QTS to teach primary. Have you thought about doing PGCE Primary after your Early Years undergraduate course?
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    You would need a QTS to teach primary. Have you thought about doing PGCE Primary after your Early Years undergraduate course?
    I did consider it but I wasn't sure if I applied for a job would that be an issue as I'd only be able to teach younger years
 
 
 
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