University: Holy Cross College is offering a range of combined honours degree that will be delivered and validated by Liverpool Hope University.
Start Date: September 2019
Duration: Three years full time.
Attendance: Maximum two evenings per week 6-9pm, for your two combined subjects, plus independent study.
Date of delivery: To be confirmed.
Mode of application: UCAS
Compulsory Events at Liverpool Hope University: All first year students are required to attend The Hope Experience, this is held at Liverpool Hope University usually in October.
• For 2019 entry, our standard offer using the new UCAS tariff will be 96 points.
• For Access to HE applicants our standard offer is to Pass Access HE Diploma.
• An alternative entrance assessment may be possible for students who don’t meet standard entry criteria but who have other level 3 qualifications and/or experiential learning. This will be discussed by one of our Support Tutors at initial advice appointment.
Our Early Childhood course supports students to understand children’s development, socially, physically and intellectually. It also focuses on the expertise of adults who work with young children and how these adults support and nurture children. Key topics that you will study include constructs of childhood; the value of play for child development; the importance of creativity for young children; ethical research involving children; international approaches to early childhood education and care; and the development of policy and legislation in relation to children in their early years. The degree is relevant to students who wish to pursue professional qualifications in the field of education (within school early years settings, as well as, other education-based settings) or as a Teacher (following a PGCE course).
Special Educational Needs (SEN)
In SEN you will develop a critical approach to research and practice in special educational needs and disability. In year two you will apply the social model of disability to an in-depth analysis of current categories of SEN and begin to develop an understanding of the importance of ethics in researching disability. In your final year of study you will apply a critical understanding of inclusion by designing for inclusive practice. The degree is relevant to students who wish to pursue professional qualifications in the field of Education (within school and other settings), as a Teacher (following a PGCE course), working as a SEN Coordinator or as an Inclusion Support Coordinator, Behaviour Support Worker or a Learning Mentor amongst many other options.