French A Level at Cleeve School
Studying French at A Level will develop the level of fluency of the spoken and written French that you have achieved at GCSE and will enhance your knowledge and understanding of French culture. You will reuse and extend GCSE grammar and study and discuss a range of topics and contemporary issues relevant to the societies in which French is spoken. At A Level you will further develop an understanding of French and will have the opportunity to develop personal research skills.
Paper 1: Listening, reading and translation
Paper 2: Written response to works and translation
Paper 3: Speaking
Students should have acheived grade A at GCSE with mainly higher papers taken.
In a global society French is a very useful language to study at A Level. It can be combined with almost any subject and will always give you the edge over another job applicant with similar qualifications. Many university courses allow study abroad as part of a degree through the Erasmus Scheme.
How to apply
If you want to apply for this course, you will need to contact Cleeve School directly.
Last updated date: 02 November 2017