- Start date(s):
- 14 Sep 2020
- 1 year
- Level 2
- Course Code:
- Study Mode:
- Part Time
- Attendance Type:
- Attendance Pattern:
- Awarded by:
- Framwellgate Moor Campus
- Course costs:
- Currently unavailable
Course details may be subject to change
This course aims to develop your skills in a range of reading and writing tasks. You will read a variety of texts, and practice your creative, analytical and persuasive writing skills.
The course follows the new specification GCSE English Language, which grades students from 9-1 instead of from A*-G.
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This course aims to develop your skills in a range of reading and writing tasks. You will read a variety of non-fiction, literary non-fiction, and 19th Century literary texts in preparation for your examinations.
The course will encourage you to write creatively, analytically and persuasively to address a number of different purposes, audiences and genres/forms.
*Days and times of study are subject to change. Timetables are confirmed at the start of term.
Teaching & assessment
You will be assessed through written examination.
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16-18 - Free
19+ - £180 (Free for those who have not achieved grade C or above)
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There are two stages to the interview process:
- You will be invited to a briefing session to be meet the course leader on the first Tuesday of the month during June, July or August. This briefing session will last 30 minutes.
- Following this, you will be invited to an interview on the second Tuesday of the month during June, July or August. During this interview, you will take an hour long BKSB assessment. This is essential for assessing your suitability to the course.
You are required to have a grade D(3) at GCSE (or equivalent), or to have obtained a Level 2 Functional English certificate.
All applications will be considered. Entry onto the course is subject to an initial assessment and short interview.