How do you provide an environment within which children feel safe and secure, and can develop their potential? What are the best methods of structuring learning and teaching opportunities? How do you manage problematic behaviour effectively and ensure all children in the classroom are included?
Stirling is distinctive among Scottish universities in offering concurrent programmes to prospective primary school teachers. These degree programmes enable you to graduate with both a degree and teaching qualification for primary education, whilst studying a subject at university level.
As part of your degree you will have a specialist subject and teaching knowledge, understanding and skills in either modern languages or the environment. Primary school teachers with this specialist knowledge have recently become highly sought-after.
A-levels CCC or a combination of A2 and AS levels, VCE and VDA.
IB Diploma with a total of 28 points.
HNC or HND with Bs in Graded Unit(s).
Access courses and other UK/EU and international qualifications are also welcomed.
Not available due to programme requirements.
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