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News from the English Department

Monday, January 9, 2017 Exams, English
News from the English Department

Dear Parent/Guardian, As you are already aware, all year 10 pupils will focus on studying English Language throughout year 10. Reading Throughout the two years of the course, pupils will read a range of fiction and non-fiction texts as well as continuous and non-continuous texts. Continuous texts could include; autobiography, biography, diaries, speeches, travel writing, short stories, revie...

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Parents Guide English for Year 10

Monday, January 9, 2017 English
Parents Guide English for Year 10

Please see the detailed document - GCSE English: Parents’ Guide in Curriculum English Key Stage 4 Thank you ALL pupils will focus on studying English Language throughout year 10. Some pupils will study GCSE Literature during year 11. Pupils’ results in the GCSE Language examination will determine this. Any movements between classes and further judgements about pupils’ capab...

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Changes to the English Groups for September 2016

Sunday, October 2, 2016 English
Changes to the English Groups for September 2016

Pupil Grouping September 2016 Key Stage 3 Year 7 mixed ability groups Year 8 mixed ability groups 8Y1 boys only group 8Y2 girls only group 8Y3 mixed boys and girls 8X1 boys only group 8X2 girls only group X3 & X4 mixed boys and girls Year 9 pupils are grouped according to assessment scores (Common assessments and programmes of study for all KS3 groups) Key Stage 4 Year 10 pupils are grouped a...

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New Information for Year 10 Pupils

Thursday, November 28, 2013 English
New Information for Year 10 Pupils

There are two new items on the website for English GCSE.

a) A copy of a letter given to all year 10 pupils can be found in the 'Parents' section in the 'Letters Home' area.

b) There is a series of slides explaining the structure of the GCSE English Language and English Literature course in the Curriculum section.

Select 'Curriculum' followed by ...

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