Experience the excitement and challenges of studying humanities while acquiring the skills to share your knowledge in relevant and entertaining ways with primary age children. Explore a combination of history, geography and religious education and related teaching theories. As a primary specialist you will have the opportunity to gain practical experience of what it’s really like to teach in a variety of settings across the South West. You will also have the opportunity to expand your horizons, enhance your practical experience and set yourself above the competition by taking the opportunity to teach and study abroad. You will develop a strong understanding of the importance of humanities as part of the National Curriculum and within the wider community. * 100 per cent of students were in work/study six months after finishing and 90 per cent of those in employment six months after the course were in a professional/managerial job (source: 2016 DLHE survey results available on Unistats*). * Launch your career – integrated Qualified Teacher Status (QTS) means you can begin your teaching career immediately. * Gain invaluable practical experience teaching in schools across the South West, equipping yourself with the professional skills you need to be a successful, confident primary school teacher. * Stand out from the crowd: your subject specialism will enable you to be a subject leader in schools. * Boost your employability – throughout the programme you’ll be supported in preparing for interviews and entering the workplace. * Expand your horizons, enhance your practical experience and set yourself above the competition by taking the opportunity to teach and study abroad. * Benefit from studying a course rated 'Good' by Ofsted (2013/2014) and learning from an academic team who are leading the way in their subjects, carrying out research that turns heads worldwide. * Learn from and work alongside the nationally known authors we invite to the University. * Join us in producing our annual Shakespeare4Kidz play for local primary school children. * Take advantage of our strong links with national bodies such as the United Kingdom Literacy Association, and see your research published in internationally recognised peer reviewed journals.