French at The Grange School
During the AS level you will study topics such as Le Tourisme, Le Sport,
Les Passe-temps, Les Traditions, La Bonne Santé (les régimes, l’exercice),
La Mauvaise Santé (la drogue, le SIDA, le tabagisme, l’alcool, l’obésité),
Les Rapports, La Culture de Jeunesse, L’Education, L’Orientation.
These will then be followed at A level by L’Environnement (technologie,
pollution, réchauffement terrestre, transport, énergie nucléaire, énergies
renouvelables, conservation, recyclage), et Les Actualités et La Politique
(racisme, immigration, exclusion, intégration, terrorisme).
Language lessons consist of many activities: apart from reading, speaking,
listening and writing using text books, you will have regular lessons in the
new language laboratory, where you will use authentic material to enhance
your language skills. Other authentic material such as the Internet,
newspapers, magazines, films, programmes and songs will also be a
fundamental part of the course.
During the UVI, you will carry out 2 or 3 cultural studies from a selection of
literature, films and regions of France. You will then be assessed on your
knowledge of these in the A level speaking and writing exams.
You will also spend time each cycle talking to the school’s language assistant.
This will help you to improve your spoken French!
Students also have the opportunity to travel to France for work experience,
and as part of our new Exchange partnership with Lycée Louis Barthou in Pau.
Our standard academic entry requirements
into the Sixth Form at The Grange School are:
¬ Students should secure Grade A or A* in the
four or five subjects to be studied at AS level;
¬ Where the subject is not offered at GCSE
(e.g. Philosophy), we would expect to see
evidence of Grade A or A* in related subjects;
¬ These results should be accompanied with
four other GCSEs at Grade B or above which
should include English and Mathematics if
they are not one of the chosen AS subjects;
¬ Any remaining GCSE examination results
should be at Grade C or above.
How to apply
If you want to apply for this course, you will need to contact The Grange School directly.