Media Studies Level 3 at Copleston High School
Teaching is a combination of practical and analytical activities, built around the acquisition and application of skills and knowledge. The activities are student centred and aim to develop each student’s analytical, practical and creative skills.
The course will be taught by way of direct teaching, group work, and investigations where possible.
4 AS levels – at least 5 grade Bs or equivalent in different GCSEs or other Level 2 courses. 3 AS levels – at least 5 grade Cs or equivalent in different GCSEs or other Level 2 courses. In addition, at least grade Cs in GCSE English Language and Literature,
a grade C in GCSE Media Studies or a Merit in OCR National in Media Studies.
The coursework components are assessed internally and externally moderated by OCR; examination component assessed externally. Coursework = 50% Examination = 50%.
Journalism, Media Production, Teaching, Marketing, Graphic Design, ICT and any other
career where the skills of analysis, interpretation and evaluation are valued.
How to apply
If you want to apply for this course, you will need to contact Copleston High School directly.
Last updated date: 06 October 2016