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English Literature A Level at Hutton Church of England Grammar School

Course description

If you are someone who enjoys analysing novels, poems and plays and considering how they are affected by when and where they were written, this is the course for you. There is a strong emphasis on reading and discussion work in lessons and original ideas and interpretations are valued. We welcome students with inquiring minds who are prepared to explore and discuss a wide range of texts which are both challenging in their style and subject matter. You will consider texts in light of their critical reception and to consider how their meaning may have altered for readers over time.

Future opportunities

A Level English Literature is accepted as an entry qualification for all but the most specialised university degree courses and is a sensible subject to accompany most other A Level choices. Studying English teaches you to think analytically, read complex texts with understanding and express your ideas clearly and accurately. These are skills which are highly valued in all walks of life. Career options are varied including jobs in drama and theatre, writing, publishing, journalism, marketing, PR, advertising and teaching. The qualification can also be useful in business and the legal profession.

How to apply

If you want to apply for this course, you will need to contact Hutton Church of England Grammar School directly.

Last updated date: 12 September 2016
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