The MFL PGCE has been such an amazing experience, probably one of the best of my life. The support from tutors is great and the school placements I have been on have been an excellent learning experience. I would recommend the course to anyone who would like to teach and has a passion for languages. Youll make some great friends too!
The PGCE has been one of the best experiences of my life. Teaching is so rewarding and you definitely learn a lot about yourself. The tutors are an amazing support and I have made a lot of great friends on the course.
I would recommend the MFL PGCE to anyone considering teaching languages in secondary schools, due to both the quality of training at uni and the placement schools which you get to work in. The pedagogy of language teaching is taught really clearly, and I feel that I've learnt a huge amount this year. Definitely go for this course if you want to get a good grounding in teaching MFL!
I have greatly enjoyed the course - everyone has been very supportive with great advice. I would highly recommend Bristol to people looking to do the PGCE!
The PGCE is a tough year but the support from the tutors has been exceptional and the opportunities to share experiences with the rest of the cohort have been invaluable. It is a well structured course that leaves you very well prepared to continue in the teaching profession.
I felt very well supported by the tutors at all times during this year. Helen, Carmen and Ruth have made this year enjoyable and fun. Thank you for that! Also, I feel like I got the best possible preparation to start my teaching career!
I have very much enjoyed the PGCE MFL course and have been extremely impressed by the input and training we have had from the team. Lots of fresh ideas and great ways to make language learning fun.
Tutor support has been great throughout the year and I have made lots of friends! I feel really well prepared to start my first year of teaching next year. The MFL course is great fun and the tutors really enthuse you with their passion for languages.
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