English Language GCSE at Reigate College
Students will study a wide range of texts from 19th, 20th and 21st centuries, including literature and literary non-fiction as well as other writing such as reviews and journalism.
They will read and evaluate texts critically and make comparisons between texts, summarise and synthesise information or ideas from texts.
In addition, students will use knowledge gained from wide-reading to inform and improve their own writing.
This course is designed to cater for students who achieved a Grade D and need to improve their grade to a C Grade.
Reigate College has an excellent record with students who realise that this examination is the key to further achievement.
This is a one-year course, with two one hour, 45 minute exams being, each equally weighted at 50% of the final mark.
The exam board for this GCSE is AQA.
This is a one year re-sit course designed to give students the necessary reading, writing, listening and speaking skills to achieve a Grade C in English.
How to apply
If you want to apply for this course, you will need to contact Reigate College directly.