The PGCE Secondary MFL programme is the initial phase of personal and professional development which will equip you to becoming a secondary school teacher. This programme is a school-centred School Direct route that is delivered in partnership with Teaching School Alliances. For this school-centred route you are in school the majority of time and released for one day a week for academic study, throughout the year. The key aim of our PGCE secondary programme is to deliver a high quality, current and relevant programme of training that equips you with the professional knowledge, understanding, skills and attributes that you need to become an outstanding teacher and potential leader in our local and national secondary schools. The PGCE Secondary MFL programme is structured in phases introductory, developmental, consolidation and transition and within each phase, you are expected to reflect upon your learning and make effective links with curriculum and pedagogy through relating theory to practice.
Example Personal Statement: Languages (French and Latin)
PGCE Secondary with Modern Foreign Languages
A strong, cliche-free personal statement is a must, but what else should you include? And what mistakes should you avoid? Let your personality shine through: Admissions tutors want to know who you are. To study languages, you need show you are motivated, communicative, and can cope in difficult situations. Tutors also advise you show your research skills, so include your extended project qualification EPQ , if you have one. You can do this by offering some views on recent news stories or political events in foreign-language countries. Or talk about what interests you.
PGCE Secondary Modern Foreign Languages with QTS
Please note: courses may be affected by Covid and are therefore subject to change due to the ongoing impact of Covid Summaries of course-specific changes resulting from the impact of Covid will be provided to applicants during August The ITE course is delivered using a blended approach and is research informed. The process starts with an online interactive resource which introduces a weekly theme e. Beginning teachers work in classrooms in POD schools with expert staff to develop knowledge and strategies that can be drawn upon during their own teaching placement.
This course is in high demand so we'd encourage you to apply early, ideally so your application reaches us before the end of June. This gives you time to act on the outcome in advance of the initial teacher training recruitment cycle closing. We're currently experiencing a high volume of applications so it may take us a little longer to get back to you. This course covers the principles of Modern Language teaching, producing an effective classroom environment and how to work in the field of education. Centred around the United Nations Convention of the Rights of the Child, this degree has a rigorous academic programme.