GCSE AND A LEVEL RESULTS

EXAM RESULTS

English students will be prepared for and capable of communicating effectively in the modern world in order to achieve success. Through the study of language, students will develop an appreciation for the writer’s craft and the skills required to express oneself clearly. An advanced vocabulary and a broad range of reading skills will further students’ abilities to communicate in a mature, coherent manner whilst appreciating alternative viewpoints and perspectives. The study of literature will further develop students’ analytical skills and also encourage them to appreciate the aesthetic and entertaining qualities of high calibre literary texts.

This means they will:

  • Be able to communicate effectively and confidently in both written and spoken tasks
  • Enjoy an environment and culture where reading is encouraged and positively supported
  • Appreciate a broad range of literature across genre, gender, time and culture
  • Have a strong grasp of how to use a range of vocabulary to craft academic writing, with technical accuracy
  • Develop an analytical approach to texts, allowing them to appreciate layers of meanings and themes

2021/22 TEACHING STAFF

Mrs Boorman, Miss Brennan, Miss Roberts, Mrs Cross-Fancy, Mrs Duncan, 
Miss Bergin, Miss Draper, Miss Joel, Miss Kearns, Mrs MacGregor-Stubbs, Mrs Phipps, Mr Rodgers, Mrs Theobalds, Miss Wareham

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HEAD OF DEPARTMENT

Mrs Boorman

EXAM BOARD

Key Stage 4 - AQA     Key Stage 5 - OCR

CURRICULUM ROUTEMAP

Years 7 to 13

COURSE OUTLINES

Key Stage 3

Key Stage 4

KS5 English  Literature

KS5 English Language and Literature