You'll have the opportunity to study abroad in one of our European partner universities.
Please note that this is an indicative list of modules and is not intended as a definitive list.
Through both practice and theory, you'll develop a knowledge of social pedagogy (an inclusive and holistic approach to wellbeing, learning and growth), an understanding of children's law and rights and the importance of safeguarding children and young people.
You'll study human growth, development and life transitions, and ethics and diversity.
Students receive formative feedback on written work and on their communication and engagement skills for children and young people.
You are encouraged to undertake relevant extra-curricular opportunities as part of the module in order to further consolidate and apply your learning.During your three years you will benefit from the expertise of lecturers and professionals from a number of different disciplines.When you graduate, you'll be well-positioned for careers or further study in areas such as education, social work, nursing, early years and youth services.This includes volunteering or paid opportunities within the university or wider community.30 credits The module provides you with an understanding of human growth and development by reviewing theoretical perspectives and research regarding infant, child, adolescent and young people's development across the life course.You will be encouraged to explore different ways of working through creative workshops, whilst developing your employability skills.Your research skills and creative abilities will be developed to produce exciting ideas to benefit children, young people and their families.30 credits This module introduces you to a range of tools that will enable you to develop a clearer sense of your personal and professional selves, as preparation for entering the children and young people's workforce.The first semester focuses on understanding the personal self and the differences to the professional self.30 credits This module provides an introduction to developing awareness of issues of diversity, values and ethics, from an intersectional and social pedagogical perspective.There is an emphasis upon participatory learning through class debate, workshop and seminar activities, as well as interaction with a partner organisation who have a social care challenge to present to students in order to encourage their values-based thinking in proposing solutions to this challenge.