Duration
1 year
Intakes
Sep
Study mode
Full-time
Tuition fee (entire course)
 
Local students
USD 12,682
GBP 9,000
Foreign students
USD 15,078
GBP 10,700
Other costs
Other costs apply

About this course

This course leads to the award of Qualified Teacher Status (QTS) for the 11-to-16 age range, which qualifies you to be a teacher in secondary schools in England and Wales. Where possible, we also give you the chance to gain experience in the 11-to-18 age range.

Religious Education (RE) helps build young people’s understanding and appreciation of different beliefs, practices and religions, and how these relate to the modern world. 

Training to teach RE in London offers you the chance to tackle challenging, thought-provoking topics with young people.

You can use your creativity and passion for the subject to develop lessons that help your pupils discuss and answer the most fundamental questions – from belief in God to the meaning and purpose of life.

By training as a religious education teacher, you can help your pupils become compassionate young adults, respectful of religious and cultural differences.

We are proud of our longstanding practice of supporting non-traditional students. Although many of our students will have a degree in religious studies, we welcome applications from those with a degree in other disciplines, provided applicants can demonstrate a genuine passion for understanding the religious world, and sound subject knowledge of religious and secular traditions.

Entry Requirements

Degree:

  • Minimum 2.2 Honours degree or above in the subject area applicant plans to teach.
  • We would normally expect you to have Grade A - C in GCSE English and Mathematics (See below for accepted equivalences)

Interviews:

The entire interview process lasts about three hours. During the interview you will be asked to talk about a current educational issue.  Please ensure you have done some research into current educational issues in advance of the interview.  You could, for example, read recent editions of the Times Educational Supplement. 

Our aim is to find out as much as we can about your attributes, skills, knowledge and understanding in order to shape training opportunities for you, should you be offered a place on the programme. 

Your responses to these tasks and activities will be considered alongside all the other evidence to assess your suitability for the Primary PGCE programme.

During the individual interview you will be given the chance to talk with a tutor about the programme and any other issues that are relevant.