AS/A2 French

In North Walsham

Price on request

Description

  • Typology

    A Level

  • Location

    North walsham

  • Duration

    2 Years

Description

AS/A-level French is an exciting and wide-ranging course which consolidates and develops the language skills you already have. You will find a mix of different activities in language lessons from listening to French via the computer to role plays and language games. You will also get the chance to find out more about French life and culture. Learning French at Paston is a very sociable.

Important information

Government funding available

Facilities

Location

Starts

North Walsham (Norfolk)
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Grammar School Road, North Walsham,, NR28 9JL

Starts

On request

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Course programme

AS / A2 FRENCH

Exam Board: AQA
AS/A-level French is an exciting and wide-ranging course which consolidates and develops the language skills you already have. You will find a mix of different activities in language lessons from listening to French via the computer to role plays and language games. You will also get the chance to find out more about French life and culture. Learning French at Paston is a very sociable experience and you will get to know your fellow students very quickly, working in a department graded nationally outstanding by Ofsted.

Learning French at Paston is fantastic! We cover a wide range of topics, so youre sure to find something of interest throughout the course. Ive enjoyed it so much. Emily Jenkins currently studying French and Management Studies at UEA.

French is challenging but at the same time fascinating, and very different from my other subjects. Joe Delafield, current A2 Student.

French is a challenge and a step up from GCSE but this makes it feel more of an achievement. Its a small class so you get lots of one-to-one time. Lewis Westlake, current A2 student.

I find studying French at college fascinating. There are far more cultural aspects than Id imagined which dont get incorporated into GCSE French. They make the course all the more interesting. Freya Chaney, current A2 Student.

You can combine French with almost any other subject. Studying a language will provide you with a good basis for further study or travel abroad. Many employers value language skills and, whatever other subjects you choose at Paston, a language qualification beyond GCSE will be an asset in the future.

You do not have to be a languages specialist to take French at A-level, but many students do decide to carry on with their languages at university. Hamish Davey Wright graduated recently from St Andrews University with a First Class degree in French and History.

Other recent Paston leavers have gone on to study French with Russian, French with Law and French with Spanish at top universities.

AS French

In the AS French course you will study: all four language skills listening, reading, writing and speaking a range of topics including:

the Media,
Popular Culture,
Health and Well-being,
the Family and Relationships

Assessment

One written and one oral examination.

Entry requirements

A minimum of BBCCC at GCSE including a B in French, a C in English Language and at least one of Maths or Science.

A2 French

In the A2 French course you will continue to develop your language skills through the study of:

Present-day issues such as the Environment, Racism, Wealth and Poverty, Crime, Technological Progress
Two topics or texts relating to French culture through a study of Film and literature. Choices for next year include Molieres LAvare and a contemporary French Film such as Caché or La Haine.

Assessment

One written and one oral examination.

AS/A2 French

Price on request