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Primary PGCE....English Language?!

Discussion in 'Thinking of teaching' started by milo1991, Jan 25, 2011.

  1. Hi Everyone!

    Sorry if this is a bit of a stupid question but as I am going to be applying for a primary PGCE next year was just wondering is an English Language degree part of the national curriculum?? I also have English Language, History and Law A-Levels.

    Thank you for your advice!!
    xx
     
  2. Hi Everyone!

    Sorry if this is a bit of a stupid question but as I am going to be applying for a primary PGCE next year was just wondering is an English Language degree part of the national curriculum?? I also have English Language, History and Law A-Levels.

    Thank you for your advice!!
    xx
     
  3. I have an English Language degree and have been invited for an interview and my friend who was on my course is currently doing her primary PGCE so I'm pretty sure it's a suitable degree :)
     
  4. Ah great, I thought it would be but I wasn't 100%!!
    Good luck for your interview!!! :)
     

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