SGHS wins the 2017 ENTHUSE Award for STEM Secondary School of the Year
|Specification||We currently offer French and Spanish at SGHS and we follow the AQA syllabus in both languages. German is offered at Ermysted’s Grammar School, where our students also follow the AQA syllabus.|
|Contact||Miss M Gualtieri (Curriculum Leader: MFL)|
|Entry Requirements||A*, A or B at GCSE in the relevant language.|
French, German or Spanish A Levels suit those who are interested in the language and who would like to explore the respective cultures while improving their conversational and debating skills. You need to be self-motivated and organised.
Students have gone on to study a variety of languages at university, as well as combining languages with courses in Law, Business
Speaking a foreign language can open up opportunities in a huge range of careers,
as well as offering the chance of living or studying abroad, whether for a short time
A Level French Specification code: 7652
A Level Spanish Specification code: 7692
A Level German Specification code: 7662
You will be studying three themes:
1. Social Issues and Trends
2. Political and Artistic Culutre
3. Works: one set film and one set text
You will also work on an Individual Research Project where you will have the opportunity to research a particular societal/cultural/linguistic aspect of a country/ countries where French/Spanish/German is spoken.
This qualification is linear, which means that students will sit their exams at the end of Year 13
Paper 1: Listening, Reading and Translating from and into French/Spanish/German
Paper 2: Essay Writing: one on a set film and one a set text
Paper 3: Speaking: discussion of one aspect of a theme studied during the two-year course and presentation and discussion regarding the Individual Research Project.
For further detail, visit aqa.org.uk (http://www.aqa.org.uk/subjects/languages/as-and-a-level)
|Specification||AQA A Level French (2650), German (2660) and Spanish (2695)|
|Contact||Mrs S Beaumont (Curriculum Leader: MFL)|
|Entry requirements||A*, A or B at GCSE in the relevant language.|