Pupils study the WJEC French Course over two years. The topics covered during key stage 4 include, Everyday Activities, Personal and Social Life, The World around us, The World of work and The International World. Pupils do two controlled speaking assessments in class during the course, and two writing assessments in class, these make up 60% of their final GCSE grade.
You will learn to:
Why study Modern Foreign Language?
French is the first or second language in more than 40 countries and is spoken by over 125 million people around the world. Knowledge of a second language is essential in over 60 occupations. There are many opportunities with airlines, import-export companies and other international business. You could also become a French teacher, an interpreter, a translator or work in tourism, business services, banking, sales and manufacturing. Job applicants who are proficient in two languages will be at a distinct advantage in the world of work.
During Year 10 and 11 pupils do two school based controlled speaking assessments 30 % and two controlled writing assessments 30%
Final examination consists of listening and reading components only.
Mrs S Holden
Mrs A Champs
Mr D Pisacane