Our EYTS programme is designed for those who wish to specialise in early childhood development, leading on education and care for children from birth to five. EYITT is a recognised government scheme which will lead to Early Years Teacher Status (EYTS), a qualification which enables you to teach children aged 0-5 years in early years settings.
This new course contains a combination of taught sessions and inter-active workshops designed to develop your understanding of how to apply your knowledge of teaching and learning across the whole Early Years Foundation Stage. Sessions, based at Tudor Grange Academy Solihull, are facilitated by our tutors and leading early years practitioners, who have a track record of excellence in teaching.
You will complete experience in primary school before beginning the programme, and will experience a variety of settings during your training. It is a requirement of the course to complete 120 days of assessed practice with the 0-5 year age range, divided into 3 blocks throughout the academic year.
EYTS is a one year full-time and fully funded post-graduate course lasting from September to June, leading to the award of Early Years Teacher Status (EYTS). The National College for Teaching and Leadership funds the course fees. You may be eligible for a bursary to study this course – for more information about funding visit Get Into Teaching.
As a minimum requirement, you must hold an initial degree from a United Kingdom higher education institution (or equivalent qualification). We would expect this degree to be at least at Second Class level. All applicants must have a standard equivalent to grade 4 in GCSE English, Maths and a Science. The applications process is completed through UCAS.
For further details regarding this programme please contact Tudor Grange Teaching School for an application form:
0121 705 5100