The programme prepares students to meet the demands of the profession through the following areas of study; understanding learning and teaching; learning and teaching in the primary curriculum and evaluating learning and teaching.
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Degree in a subject relevant to the Primary curriculum; SCE Higher English at grade C or above (or GCSE English language and GCSE English literature both at grade C or above) and Standard grade mathematics at grade 2 or above (or GCSE mathematics at grade B or above); experience in a primary school classroom; interview.
Postgraduate Qualification (PGDE)
University of Glasgow
Teaching (General), Teaching In Primary Schools
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