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Course Content:*

• Developing professional practice • The developing child 0 - 8 years • Pedagogy, play and the Early Years curriculum 1

• Managing in Early Years settings • Working with families and other adults • Safeguarding children • Action research in the Early Years workplace

• Using ICT in Early Years learning • Social issues in childcare • Special needs, special children.

* Units are subject to change.

Route specific options:

• Working with young children from birth to three years within the Early Years Foundation Stage;

• Working with Foundation Stage children from three to five years; • Supporting children’s learning within the national curriculum.

Progression Opportunities:

• Further study at undergraduate level: Swindon College offers BA (Hons) Early Years, Care and Education (Work-based Learning) • Students wishing to progress to primary Initial Teacher Training (ITT) by any route must have GCSE Grade C or above or equivalent in English language, maths and science.

PROFILE - Priya Mungroo

Priya taught in secondary schools in Mauritius before moving to England with her husband, who was serving in the armed forces. After moving to Swindon Priya took up a Teaching Assistant post in her children’s school and enjoyed it so much she saw it as a potential new career. The option to study the Foundation Degree at Swindon College means Priya can balance her studies with family life with no extra expenses such as travel.



* This information is published for the guidance of students who wish to enter a University of Bath programme in the 2011-2012 academic year. The information in this publication is correct at the time of going to press, but all matters contained in the publication are subject to change from time to time, both before and after a candidate’s admission. The University of Bath may, at its discretion and for any reason, alter or not offer courses or parts of courses.

The course is flexible enough and close enough to home to fit around family life.

T: 0800 731 2250

www.swindon-college.ac.uk

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