In order to be successful you must have the ability to communicate your ideas and thoughts. This course offers students the opportunity to explore the power of language and its place in society. It explores how the English language works, how it originated and how it can be used to best effect in a changing world.
Students will develop their skills as producers and interpreters of language, using these skills creatively and accurately in a whole range of situations and circumstances. They will explore the ways English Language has changed and have the opportunity to produce their own piece of creative writing and an investigation into language. Expanding vocabulary and understanding language will help students to grow in confidence and be successful. On successful completion of an A-Level programme of study, which includes this course, you will have the skills and qualifications needed to progress onto a wide range of courses at foundation or degree level, or go directly into industry employment.
YEARS COURSE DURATION
A MINIMUM OF FIVE GCSES AT A*-B/9-5 INCLUDING MATHS AND ENGLISH AT MINIMUM C/4 GRADE PLUS A PORTFOLIO OF ARTWORK AND EVIDENCE OF WRITTEN WORK.
MAXIMUM UCAS POINTS SCORE FOR FINAL GRADES
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