English Language at St Edward's College
English Language A Level is one of the fastest growing and most popular A Levels. The syllabus began in the late 1980s and is now a well established A Level, respected by universities and employers alike.
The course is very different to GCSE English Language. It involves the systematic study of the English language: the way it is used, its history, its structure and the way children acquire it.
You will develop the ability to analyse language systematically using linguistic theory. You will also increase your ability to use language to address a particular audience for a specific purpose. You will learn research methods which will allow you to investigate language and you will be given the capacity to critically assess the quality of your own writing.
B grade in GCSE English
How to apply
If you want to apply for this course, you will need to contact St Edward's College directly.