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At Greenwich our teacher training courses are currently held at our Avery Hill campus

We offer around 30 teacher education courses, including BA Hons and PGCE qualifications.

At undergraduate level, you can study primary education, or a one-year lifelong learning professional certificate in education. Postgraduates can choose from a number of specialist PGCEs.

Our Primary education courses are rated as ‘outstanding’ by ofsted and have strong links with schools

Have a look at our video to learn more about our specialist facilities for teacher training at our Avery Hill campus

If you have any questions don’t hesitate to get in touch
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(Original post by UniofGreenwich)
At Greenwich our teacher training courses are currently held at our Avery Hill campus

We offer around 30 teacher education courses, including BA Hons and PGCE qualifications.

At undergraduate level, you can study primary education, or a one-year lifelong learning professional certificate in education. Postgraduates can choose from a number of specialist PGCEs.

Our Primary education courses are rated as ‘outstanding’ by ofsted and have strong links with schools

Have a look at our video to learn more about our specialist facilities for teacher training at our Avery Hill campus

If you have any questions don’t hesitate to get in touch
hi what are your entry requirements please and do you do summer school? also, what do you look for in a good applicant? thanks
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hi what are your entry requirements please and do you do summer school? also, what do you look for in a good applicant? thanks
Hi Leahtaylor125

What course were you interested in specifically?

A strong application usually meets the entry requirements and is accompanied by a strong personal statement

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Hi Leahtaylor125

What course were you interested in specifically?

A strong application usually meets the entry requirements and is accompanied by a strong personal statement

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thanks I'm looking for primary education with QTS please
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thanks I'm looking for primary education with QTS please
Thanks Leahtaylor125

We don't currently offer summer school for this.

The entry requirements for Primary education with QTS currently are 112 UCAS points from A-levels, with no more than 12 points from AS-levels.
For GCSE’s we need maths, science and English language at a minimum of grade 4 or C grade or equivalent. An interview is also required for this course.

We also accept equivalency tests from Equivalency testing for career Development, A Star Equivalency Testing and BCU. We also accept things like BTECs and access courses.

A strong application should demonstrate interest, experience, skills and commitment related to teaching.

Hope this helps

Let me know if you have any more questions
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Hi, has anybody received emails yet on when uni will start ext. many thanksHannah
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Hi, has anybody received emails yet on when uni will start ext. many thanksHannah
Hello Hannah 78903

Emails regarding start dates and registration will be sent soon, please check all of your inboxes inc spam.
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