Our four key principles of collaboration, critical thinking, creativity, and care form the foundation of our practice and partnership. They are interwoven through all aspects of our curriculum and across university and school training. They form the basis of our commitment to social justice.
The Bath Spa ITE Partnership Curriculum is an ambitious curriculum which has been developed with our Partnership Schools. It is a carefully sequenced and integrated curriculum which comprises 8 components:
- Professional behaviours and responsibilities
- Subject, pedagogical and curricular knowledge
- How pupils learn
- Planning for Learning
- Adaptive teaching and inclusion
- Assessment of pupils
- Managing behaviour and the environment for learning
- Pupil health and wellbeing
Throughout the programme you will gain, apply and refine your knowledge of teaching, pedagogy and classroom skills. A blended approach to learning has been adopted which provides face to face teaching as well as time to access key materials online. Opportunities exist for you to meet and learn from current classroom practitioners ahead of school placements.
As part of your academic award you will undertake two assignments which will contribute 60 credits towards a Masters award. These assignments are informed by the relevant research literature and theories that will complement and enrich your professional practice whilst enabling you to develop your subject expertise.
Mathematics is fascinating, fulfilling and ever-changing. It’s a subject that makes a huge difference to the lives of young people. And with generous
bursaries available to help you get started, it’s a rewarding career from
On this course, you’ll gain the skills and knowledge to become an inspiring and influential teacher. You’ll attend workshops and events
that will ignite your passion for Mathematics, and we’ll help prepare
you to become an active member of the maths education community. You’ll also focus on an overarching goal relating to mathematics
pedagogy and related research questions which you can explore through collaborative or individual practices.
Whatever your area of interest, with a national shortage of Maths teachers, the career prospects and opportunities are excellent.