Education, Society and Childhood, BA (Hons)
Education, Society and Childhood, BA (Hons)
Education, Society and Childhood, BA (Hons)
Education, Society and Childhood, BA (Hons)

This degree will explore the concept of education and the role that it plays in today’s society by examining how education systems continue to be shaped by social, political and economic factors. You will assess the impact that these factors have on young people, their identity and development.

You will explore the long-term outcomes for young people and understand how society supports them so that they develop to their full potential. You will then use this knowledge to address a broad range of themes including schooling, mental health and wellbeing.

You will have opportunities within this degree to explore areas of interest to develop your specialist knowledge which may support your future employment prospects.

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Duration:
Full-time: 3 years (1 day per week compulsory, plus additional flexible attendance)
Part time: 4 years
Start date:
September 2022
Location:
Winter Gardens
Course codes:
Institution: W47
Course: BECS
Campus: WG
Course fees:
Full-time: £8,900 per year
Part time: £6,675 per year
Additional information about this course:
All students are also required to obtain an enhanced Disclosure and Barring Service (DBS) check at an additional cost of £50


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Education, Society and Childhood looks at the way young people learn and develop within the education system and society. This course has been designed with employability in mind and has been written to enable you to engage with issues and developments affecting education and relevant sectors.  You will have the opportunity to work closely with professionals, employers/placement providers which will allow you the opportunity to develop the skills and knowledge needed for your chosen career path.

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Lauren Pring
Lecturer - Early Years

Lauren teaches on UCW’s Early Years and Early Childhood Studies degree pathways. She graduated from Bath Spa University with an Honours degree in Early Years Education and is currently studying towards the Post Graduate Certificate in Higher Education. Lauren has also worked as a Lead Childminding Practitioner and mentored students and Lecturers working with a Local Authority. Her areas of academic interest include outdoor learning and the development of reflective practices.
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      Susie Score
      Curriculum Co-ordinator - Early Years

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      Lauren Pring
      Lecturer - Early Years

      Lauren teaches on UCW’s Early Years and Early Childhood Studies degree pathways. She graduated from Bath Spa University with an Honours degree in Early Years Education and is currently studying towards the Post Graduate Certificate in Higher Education. Lauren has also worked as a Lead Childminding Practitioner and mentored students and Lecturers working with a Local Authority. Her areas of academic interest include outdoor learning and the development of reflective practices.
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        This degree will explore the concept of education and the role that it plays in today’s society by examining how education systems continue to be shaped by social, political and economic factors. You will assess the impact that these factors have on young people, their identity and development.

        You will explore the long-term outcomes for young people and understand how society supports them so that they develop to their full potential. You will then use this knowledge to address a broad range of themes including schooling, mental health and wellbeing.

        You will have opportunities within this degree to explore areas of interest to develop your specialist knowledge which may support your future employment prospects.

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