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can anyone recommend universities that do good Primary Teaching courses. I'm looking at unis like Bath Spa and Sheffield Hallam so far, but would like to get recommendations from current students etc
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can anyone recommend universities that do good Primary Teaching courses. I'm looking at unis like Bath Spa and Sheffield Hallam so far, but would like to get recommendations from current students etc
Some good ones are: Oxford Brookes, Edge Hill, Winchester ...
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can anyone recommend universities that do good Primary Teaching courses. I'm looking at unis like Bath Spa and Sheffield Hallam so far, but would like to get recommendations from current students etc
Hi elliejade11,

I'm pleased you have discovered our Primary Education courses at Hallam! What age do you think you want to teach? You may want to book onto our next open day on Saturday 23rd November as there will be a course talk for 'Education - Primary and Early Years' which will explain the different routes and courses.

In the meantime here is a quote from one of our students about the benefits of applied study at Hallam,
"The best thing about the course is the placements. They help you get to grips with day-to-day life in a school and really prepare you for moving into that world." - Joseph Hamill, Early years and Primary Education (5-11) graduate

Otherwise check out this Teach page which has lots of useful info you will need to find out whether you would enjoy studying here!

Let me know if you have anymore questions,
Ella
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Some good ones are: Oxford Brookes, Edge Hill
I would disagree with Brookes, I have friends there who says it crap and they are very isolated from the rest of the university
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I would disagree with Brookes, I have friends there who says it crap and they are very isolated from the rest of the university
Absolute rubbish - they get a free bus pass. The quality of the course is great - local schools seek out their students.
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