Spanish A Level at St Benedict's Catholic School
The course aims to encourage students to communicate confidently and effectively for a range of purposes. It enables students to develop their interest in and enthusiasm for language learning. Students acquire knowledge, skills and understanding for practical use, for further study and for employment. Up to date source materials are used and students are encouraged to access authentic sources independently.
1. Social issues and trends
2. Political and artistic culture
4. Works: Literary texts and films
Paper 1. Written exam: 2 hours 30 minutes
50 % of A-level
Paper 2. Written exam: 2 hours
80 marks in total
20 % of A-level
Oral exam 21 – 23 minutes (including 5 minutes preparation time)
60 marks in total
30 % of A-level
A glance at the Appointments column of a national newspaper or the Modern Foreign Languages Open Doors notice board will reflect the value of a modern language qualification in almost every career field. Teaching, Translation and Interpretation are areas where languages are used directly.
How to apply
If you want to apply for this course, you will need to contact St Benedict's Catholic School directly.