Supporting Teaching and Learning Level 3 - September 2024
The course integrates a broad range of modules related to working in a school or college environment.
The modules explored during your course includes understanding how to safeguard children and young people, developing professional relationships, supporting positive behaviour and supporting children and young people during learning activities.
This qualification requires collating a portfolio of evidence. All assessments are internally and externally verified through a range of assessment methods. Examples of assessments methods used on this programme include observations, presentations, reports and essays.
Flexibility is provided for any learner with SEN; support is available from the SEN team. The maintenance of high standards is our priority, in order to make the lessons interesting and stimulating for all learners.
As part of the programme, you will conduct at least three block work placements and ongoing one-day work experience in a school or college environment. This will allow you to apply your theoretical knowledge into a practical work setting.
A range of enrichment activities are incorporated within the programme. Examples of enrichment activities conducted are sports activities, workshops, outings and debates. There is also the opportunity to request other enrichment activities that you have an interest in.
This is additional time embedded in your programme for independent study. This time is used to work through assignments, complete homework activities and conduct wider reading and research to assist learning.
Group and one to one tutorials are set up on the programme to further assist you with successfully completing the course. Support tutorials are at flexible times to meet your needs. This could occur during the daytime and evenings.
Personal Learning Plan sessions
A course tutor will be allocated to you on the programme. Your course tutor will be working with you to set realistic targets that will enable you to achieve. Your targets will be monitored weekly by your tutor and yourself.
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A minimum at 5 GCSEs at grade 9-3 including English and Maths and/or equivalent.
An Initial Diagnostic Assessment has to be completed before you are enrolled; you need to achieve Level 2 English, diagnostic 60% or above to be accepted on to the Level 3 course. This is to ensure you are put on the right course at the right level.
East Ham Campus
The Eastham Campus at Newham College is a dynamic educational hub known for its diverse and inclusive learning environment. Situated in the heart of East London, the campus offers a wide range of courses and programs that cater to the needs and aspirations of students from various backgrounds. With state-of-the-art facilities and a dedicated faculty, the Eastham Campus provides students with the tools and support they need to excel academically and personally, fostering a vibrant community of learners and thinkers.
How much will this course cost?
The course fee for adults (19+) is TBC.