Students will complete three examinations at the end of the two years which will include an oral assessment, listening, reading and translation paper and critical response in writing. They will study several topics including cultural identity and marginalisation, cultural enrichment and celebrating difference and France 1940-1950: The occupation and the post-war years.
Students will need a minimum of three grade 4s and three grade 5s at GCSE including a grade 6 in French. Additional Information: We will consider 1 Vocational qualification in place of a GCSE as long as a grade 4 is achieved in English.
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