Spanish - AS / A level at Culford School
A sixth form modern languages course is not only useful to aspiring linguists. A language is an important asset in many careers and can be an adjunct to most university courses, eg law, the sciences, economics, humanities or engineering.
Courses at AS and A2 level build on GCSE skills but deal with social and political matters, requiring a more objective evaluation of issues and abstract concepts.
AS topics include - youth, friendship,marriage, education, career, holidays, tourism, culture, media, health & fitness, money, business, socio-economic problems.
A2 topics include - environment, crime & punishment, politics, citizenship and the European Union, war, religion, belief & customs, human & animal rights, sexual & racial equality, science & technology.
Grade B or above in GCSE Spanish .
Applications to the Admissions Office at Culford School.
How to apply
If you want to apply for this course, you will need to contact Culford School directly.