Open evening: Foundation Degree in Educational Studies

Posted by mjs76 at Mar 15, 2010 05:10 PM |
Working in education and looking for an educational qualification? We can help.

Are you currently working as a teaching assistant or nursery nurse in a primary school setting or with Foundation Stage kids? Are you working with special needs children in Key Stage 3/4? Perhaps you’re a learning support assistant/mentor or cover supervisor in Key Stage 3? Or maybe you’re working as an unqualified teacher?

Next question: Are you interested in developing your skills, exploring a career path leading to greater professional recognition, or looking to pursue a career as a teacher?

Then you might be interested in the Foundation Degree in Educational Studies (FdA) run by our School of Education. And you might want to come along to no.6 University Road on Tuesday 23 March between 4.30pm and 6.30pm for an information evening about the course.

The Foundation Degree in Educational Studies has been specifically designed to meet the needs and interests of people working in educational support roles, especially in primary education. It is also relevant to people working in appropriate contexts in special schools and at Key Stages 3 and 4. In addition there is an early years route for those working within the Foundation Stage, either in schools, or in suitable pre-school settings.

For more information about the open evening (or a copy of the brochure if you can’t make it next Tuesday), contact Kirn Saini on 0116 252 3656,

See the attached flier for directions to 6 University Road.