A Level English Language
The study of English Language at A Level enables pupils to engage creatively and critically with a range of texts. Pupils develop their skills as producers and interpreters of language and are able to carry out an independent investigation into ‘real life’ language use.
|Do I need to have studied the subject at GCSE?
|Are there specific entry requirements?
|A good pass (grade 5 or above) in GCSE English Language.
|What is the assessment format?
|2 exams taken in the summer of Year 13 + 20% coursework
|Any particular subject combinations recommended
|English Literature if you are a keen student of all facets of English. Business, Creative Digital Media Production, Politics, Psychology and Religious Studies are subjects that can be found beneficial to study alongside English Language.