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Overview

Primary Teaching is about inspiring young minds and a commitment to ensuring that every child achieves their potential. So if you’re passionate about working with children and looking for a way to break into the education field, then this Primary Teaching Bundle course is the right choice for you. Whether you’re an expert or a beginner, this Primary Teaching Bundle covers everything you need to know. So enrol now and start thriving!

The Primary Teaching Bundle course is broken down into several in-depth modules to provide you with the most convenient and rich learning experience possible. This comprehensive Primary Teaching Bundle integrates the fundamentals of primary teacher training, which includes teaching kids English, child literacy & language development, SEN support, and high-quality teaching techniques. Subsequently, through the Primary Teaching Bundle course, you will learn about the primary education system in the UK, types of schools in the UK, and EYFS framework 2021. Likewise, with this Primary Teaching Bundle course, you will develop knowledge of the responsibilities of primary teachers, child development, EYFS teaching technique, and much more.

Moreover, the Primary Teaching Bundle course will demonstrate an understanding of child safeguarding and protection that involves first principles of laws and guidance, child abuse, sexual abuse, and record keeping. Overall, completing this course will help you master every characteristic of Primary Teaching.

Learning outcomes of Primary Teaching Bundle course

  • An overview of primary teacher training
  • Learn about the essentials of SEN support and high-quality teaching techniques
  • Develop knowledge of language and linguistic skills development
  • Fundamentals of the primary education system in the UK
  • Deepen knowledge of different types of schools in the UK
  • Gain knowledge on the importance of early years in development and child development
  • Acquire an understanding of self-management and dealing with stress
  • Demonstrate understanding of laws and guidance regarding child safeguarding and protection
  • Rudiments of safeguarding children

On top of everything, you will get 3 FREE PDF certificates which will help make a mark for yourself in the competitive job market. This certificate will also help you create an impression of self-reliance and dedication that will surely attract prospective employers to prioritise your job application. So, enrol in this Primary Teaching Bundle course today and open doors to enchanting career opportunities ahead.

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Description

Why Study Primary Teaching Bundle with Teachers Training:

Here are just some of the reasons why our students enrol on the Primary Teaching Bundle course:

  • Access the Primary Teaching Bundle through our dedicated online learning platform
  • 24/7 access to tutor support
  • The Primary Teaching Bundle course is packed with interactive course content
  • Affordable prices and high-quality training
  • Complete the Primary Teaching Bundle course 100% online, from any internet-enabled device
  • Flexible course deadlines with full access to the Primary Teaching Bundle course for one year

Course Curriculum

*** Primary Teaching Bundle ***

**Primary Teacher Training**

*Teaching Kids English*

Primary Teaching - Introduction

  • Primary Teaching: Introduction

Primary Teaching - Studying top tips

  • Primary Teaching: Sentence types
  • Primary Teaching: Connectives
  • Primary Teaching: Connectives contrast
  • Primary Teaching: Paragraph
  • Primary Teaching: Comprehension
  • Primary Teaching: Figurative language
  • Primary Teaching: Adjectives
  • Primary Teaching: Adverbs
  • Primary Teaching: Adverbs 2
  • Primary Teaching: Synonyms
  • Primary Teaching: It’s and its
  • Primary Teaching: There, They’re and Their

*Primary Teaching - Child Literacy & Language Development Diploma*

  • Primary Teaching: Literacy and Language Development
  • Primary Teaching: Child Speech & Language Disorders

*Primary Teaching - SEN Support & High Quality Teaching Techniques for Teachers*

  • Primary Teaching: SEN support
  • Primary Teaching: High Quality Teaching for Pupils with SEN

**Child Psychology & Child Care Essentials Certificate**

Primary Teaching - Babies from Birth to One Year

  • Primary Teaching: About the Course and your Tutor
  • Primary Teaching: The Importance of Bonding
  • Primary Teaching: The Social and Emotional development: from birth to 1 year
  • Primary Teaching: The Innate Reflexes of Newborn Babies
  • Primary Teaching: The Benefits of Testing at ‘Milestones’

Primary Teaching - Language and Linguistic Skills Development

  • Primary Teaching: Forms of communication
  • Primary Teaching: What is ‘Pre-linguistic’ form of communication
  • Primary Teaching: The Active and the Passive Communication
  • Primary Teaching: The Importance of Opportunities in Development of the Skills
  • Primary Teaching: The Importance of Body Language

**Primary Teaching Level 5**

Module 01: Primary Education in the UK

  • Primary Teaching - Introduction to the Education System in the UK
  • Primary Teaching - Primary Teacher Workforce in England
  • Primary Teaching - Professional Development as a Teacher
  • Primary Teaching - Career Prospects

Module 02: Responsibilities, Qualifications and Skills

  • Primary Teaching - Responsibilities of Primary Teachers
  • Primary Teaching - Qualifications of Primary Teacher
  • Primary Teaching - Skills of Primary Teacher

Module 03: Initial Teacher Training

  • Primary Teaching - What Is Initial Teacher Training?
  • Primary Teaching - Timeline of Key Primary Training Policy Reforms
  • Primary Teaching - ITT Policy Context
  • Primary Teaching - Increased Quality of Teachers and Greater Role for Schools
  • Primary Teaching - Who Is Teaching on Primary ITT Programs?
  • Primary Teaching - What Is Ofsted?

Module 04: Types of Schools in the UK

  • Primary Teaching - Faith schools
  • Primary Teaching - Free schools
  • Primary Teaching - Academies
  • Primary Teaching - City technology colleges
  • Primary Teaching - State boarding schools
  • Primary Teaching - Private schools

Module 05: Importance of Early Years in Development

  • Primary Teaching - EYFS and Every Child Matters
  • Primary Teaching - Provider Responsibilities
  • Primary Teaching - Progression Through the Areas of Learning and Development
  • Primary Teaching - Suitable Premises, Environment and Equipment
  • Primary Teaching - Organisation
  • Primary Teaching - Partnership Working

Module 06: EYFS Teaching Techniques

  • Primary Teaching - The Different Teaching Techniques
  • Primary Teaching - The Importance of Creating an Enabling Environment
  • Primary Teaching - How to Keep Children Motivated

Module 07: Child Development

  • Primary Teaching - Child Care Legislation
  • Primary Teaching - Eligibility
  • Primary Teaching - Flexibility
  • Primary Teaching - Quality

Module 08: Teaching Primary English

  • Primary Teaching - Effective English Teaching
  • Primary Teaching - Speaking and Listening: Developing Talk in the Primary Classroom
  • Primary Teaching - Teaching Reading at Key Stage 1
  • Primary Teaching - Teaching Writing

Module 09: Teaching Primary Mathematics

  • Primary Teaching - Teaching Strategies
  • Primary Teaching - Daily Mathematics Lesson
  • Primary Teaching - Assessment
  • Primary Teaching - Counting
  • Primary Teaching - Number
  • Primary Teaching - Calculation
  • Primary Teaching - Algebra
  • Primary Teaching - Measures
  • Primary Teaching - Shape and Space

Module 10: Teaching Primary Science, Design and Technology

  • Primary Teaching - What Is Primary Science and Why Is It Taught?
  • Primary Teaching - The Nature of Scientific Understanding
  • Primary Teaching - Children’s Learning
  • Primary Teaching - A Constructivist Teaching Approach
  • Primary Teaching - ICT
  • Primary Teaching - Design and Technology

Module 11: Teaching Other Primary Subjects

  • Primary Teaching - History
  • Primary Teaching - Geography
  • Primary Teaching - Art and Design
  • Primary Teaching - Music
  • Primary Teaching - Physical Education
  • Primary Teaching - Other Compulsory Subjects

Module 12: Children Having Special Education Needs or Disabilities

  • Primary Teaching - The Statutory Requirements and Legislative Framework Behind Working with Children Having SEN/SEND
  • Primary Teaching - The Importance of First Concerns and Early Identification
  • Primary Teaching - Using the Graduated Approach to SEN/SEND in Early Years Education
  • Primary Teaching - The Role of the Early Years Special Education Needs Coordinator
  • Primary Teaching - Transitions for Children with Special Education Needs and Disabilities

Module 13: EYFS Framework in 2021

  • Primary Teaching - Changes to the EYFS Framework
  • Primary Teaching - What is Changing?
  • Primary Teaching - Completing the EYFS profile
  • Primary Teaching - How did the Early Years Alliance Respond?

Module 14: Self-Management and Dealing with Stress

  • Primary Teaching - Time Management Tips
  • Primary Teaching - Organising Your Workspace
  • Primary Teaching - Being Proactive
  • Primary Teaching - Replace Worry with Problem Solving
  • Primary Teaching - Being Resilience
  • Primary Teaching - Meditation

***Child Safeguarding and Protection***

  • Primary Teaching - Introduction to Safeguarding
  • Primary Teaching - Laws and Guidance
  • Primary Teaching - Child Abuse
  • Primary Teaching - Sexual Abuse
  • Primary Teaching - Risks and Risk Assessment
  • Primary Teaching - Responding to Disclosure and Reporting
  • Primary Teaching - Things to Do after Referral
  • Primary Teaching - Record Keeping

Course Assessment

To successfully complete the Primary Teaching Bundle course, students will need to complete a multiple-choice question assessment. All our assessments are online, and you will receive instant results through our online platform.

Certification

Certification from Teachers Training

After successfully passing the multiple-choice assessment, you will qualify for a Certification from Teachers Training.

  • Get instant access to your free PDF certificate after successfully completing the assessment
  • Order a hard copy certificate to be posted to you for only £8.99!

Your Primary Teaching Bundle course certificate will add new, exciting skills to your CV and allow you to stand out from the crowd when applying for teaching jobs.

Who is this course for?

The Primary Teaching Bundle course is primarily for motivated learners looking to add a new skill to their CV and stand head and shoulders above the competition. Anyone of any academic background can enrol on this Primary Teaching Bundle course. However, this course is preferable for:

  • Recent Graduates
  • Aspiring Teachers
  • Job Seekers

Requirements

The Primary Teaching Bundle course from Teachers Training has no formal entry requirements. However, to study the Primary Teaching Bundle students must:

  • Have a strong passion for learning
  • Display a good understanding of the English language, as well as numeracy and IT skills
  • Have a desire for entrepreneurship
  • Be over the age of 16

If you meet these criteria, you can start studying the Primary Teaching Bundle course straight away!

Career path

Enrolling on this Primary Teaching Bundle course can lead you to the following career paths:

  • Primary School Teacher
  • Early Years Teacher
  • Teaching Assistant
  • Nursery Assistant
  • Child-Minder
  • SEN Teacher
  • Autism Teaching Assistant
  • Senior Autism Practitioner

And many more!

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