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Early Years Practice (Top-up)

University Centre St Helens

UCAS Code: X325 | Bachelor of Arts (with Honours) - BA (Hons)

Entry requirements


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240

UCAS points gained from FdA Early Years Practice or level 5 equivalent. All applicants should also hold a full and relevant level 3 early years qualification.

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About this course


Course option

1.0year

Full-time | 2022

The BA (Hons) Early Years Practice aims to reflect the common core of knowledge, skills, values and attitudes required by those working with young children in early years' settings, schools and other areas of children's services.

In particular, the BA (Hons) (Top-up) aims to equip learners with the subject knowledge, understanding, characteristics and skills described in the QAA Early Childhood Studies Benchmark Statements (2014) and associated with the children's workforce.

Covering a range of modules, including the early childhood professional, principles and pedagogy in early childhood and international perspectives in early childhood, this degree provides you with the opportunity to explore theoretical concepts in a research context and to apply the principles of informed evidence and ethical practice.

Modules

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Assessment methods

Assessment is a vital part of the teaching/learning process and the feedback that is provided is a key element of the teaching provided by tutors. Assessment methods include examinations, coursework/assignments and group work tasks.

The diversity of assessments used encourages the development of a range of skills, whilst allowing you to build on your strengths.

Assessments will include a variety of formal, informal, formative and summative techniques and the assessment of each element of the study will be specified within individual module specifications.

Tuition fees

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England
£7,995
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Northern Ireland
£7,995
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Scotland
£7,995
per year
Wales
£7,995
per year

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