WelcomeIntroduce myselfOutline of the presentation – note candidates are here because they are interested in teaching (inspired by own teachers / experiences).Choice of teaching as a career – hugely rewarding but often thankless task.PE (QTS) 4 Year CourseSpecific to your preparation for teaching PE and Dance. (if you are sure about teaching, this is a fantastic course but not your only option so make sure you make the right choice for you).You will graduate with a degree and QTSDegree involves the study of PE, compulsory and choice modules with a significant focus on teaching and learning (Child development and schools 11-18)QTS is a ‘lifetime’ qualification - Fantastic route into a career in Education (teacher, School leadership and beyond)Opportunity for questions during and at the end.
Physical Education BA (Hons) withQTSFour-years
Course AimsAre able to play a prominent and constructive role in thedevelopment of physical education, dance and sport forchildren and young people, both within the school, and inpartnership with other children’s services and agencies in thecommunity;Have an understanding of physical education involving thesynthesis and application of relevant academic, practical andprofessional perspectives;
Curriculum and extra-curricular activitiesDVDClear vocational focus to this degreeCourse structure
Year 1, Level 4 Module 1 Module Module Module Module Module Module Module Module 10 Modules 11 – 12 SE 401 3 HB 104 4 DS112 5 PA111 6 PA113 7 PA116 8 PA117 9 PA125 Choice SE192 Teachers as Qualitative Dance Gymnasti Foundation Outdoor and Swimming and Track and Field One choice Education Studies 1 Educators Analysis of c Activities Games Adventurous Water Safety Athletics from; Human Activities HB 103 Movement SY 102 SC 110 20 Level 4 10 Level 10 Level 10 Level 10 Level 10 Level 10 Level 10 Level 10 Level 20 Level Points 4 Points 4 Points 4 Points 4 Points 4 Points 4 Points 4 Points 4 Points 4 PointsYear 2, Level 5Module 13 Module 14 Module 15 Module 16 Module 17 Module 18 Module 19 Module 20 Module 21 Module 22 Module 23 Module 24 DS200 PA224 PA230 PA239 PA254 PA268 SE294 SE295 SE299 SY233 CA205 SE281Learning and Learning and Learning and Learning and Learning and Learning and Education Education Examinations Creating a Independent Initial Teaching Teaching Teaching Teaching Teaching Teaching Studies 2 Studies 3 in PE 14-16 Positive Professional School Through Through Through Through Through Through Teaching and Development Experience Dance Athletics Games Gymnastics Outdoor and Swimming Learning Adventurous and Water Environment Activities Safety 10 Level 10 Level 10 Level 10 Level 10 Level 10 Level 10 Level 10 Level 10 Level 10 Level 10 Level 10 Level 5 Points 5 Points 5 Points 5 Points 5 Points 5 Points 5 Points 5 Points 5 Points 5 Points 5 Points 5 Points
Year 3, Level 5 and 6 Modules 25-30 Modules 31-32 Module 33 Module 34 Modules 35 – 36 SE282 CA306 HP371 SE397 SE395 Intermediate Professional Semester Independent Study Module Partnerships Personal, Social, Education Studies 4 Citizenship and Health Education 60 Level 5 Points 20 Level 6 Points 10 Level 10 Level 20 Level 6 Points 6 Points 6 PointsYear 4, Level 6 Module 37 Module 38 Modules 39-40 Module 41 Module 42 Modules 43-48 SE399 SE382 Selected Choice PE in the 14 - 19 Curriculum Selected Practical Choice Final Professional SemesterPractical Activity Activity 10 Level 10 Level 2 or 20 Level 6 Points 10 Level 10 Level 60 Level 6 Points 6 Points Level 6 Points 6 Points 6 PointsNB - the order of University-based modules is not fixed
Have acquired a specialist understanding and competence inspecific aspects of physical education;Are competent newly qualified teachers with insight into theirown professional development.Course structure Level 4 and 5
OFSTED: “Attainment is outstandingon the four-year BA course in physicaleducation” 2010 44 PE (QTS) places !
Role of the PE teacher 2012/13+Interpret and deliver the National Curriculum.Teach GCSE, A level, BTEC (or related examinationsubjects pending Government reforms), Leadership.Provide a wide range of extra - curricular activitiesinvolving representative sport and recreational activity.Liaise with a growing range of partners in the communityincluding:
Sport development officers, leisure facilitymanagers, local junior clubs, etc.Control the planning and delivery of physicaleducation, sport and dance developmentprogrammes both within and outside thecurriculum
What makes this course special?•Vocational qualification•Taughtby a team of nationally renownedteachers and academics•115 years experience
What kind of students?Well educatedArticulateInterested in sport and exerciseOutgoingFun lovingDiverse