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I'm thinking of being a primary school teacher or special needs school teacher but what a levels are best for that and what would I need to study at uni
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For an education degree, I would take sociology and psychology, and a third one that you enjoy and find easy.

Of course you could take harder a levels, like bio/chem but it would be pointless putting all the effort in those subjects for an education degree.
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Of course you could take harder a levels, like bio/chem but it would be pointless putting all the effort in those subjects for an education degree.
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I'm thinking of being a primary school teacher or special needs school teacher but what a levels are best for that and what would I need to study at uni
For a Primary teaching BEd if you hope to teach mainstream primary some of the best to take are "core" subjects, having English/Maths/one of the Sciences is helpful and when applying for jobs is always a positive. If you want to get on that course for SEN teaching, the same courses will help you get onto the course but are not necessarily as "helpful" when applying for jobs, then it is enthusiasm and experience.

At the end of the day though your grade will generally matter more than the subject for primary courses.
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For a Primary teaching BEd if you hope to teach mainstream primary some of the best to take are "core" subjects, having English/Maths/one of the Sciences is helpful and when applying for jobs is always a positive. If you want to get on that course for SEN teaching, the same courses will help you get onto the course but are not necessarily as "helpful" when applying for jobs, then it is enthusiasm and experience.

At the end of the day though your grade will generally matter more than the subject for primary courses.
Spot on :yy:
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