A-Level Spanish

A-Level Spanish

SUBJECT LEADER

Miss A Munro

EXAM BOARD

AQA

SPECIFICATION LINK

A-Level Spanish

ENTRY REQUIREMENTS

Grade 6 in GCSE Spanish.

Why choose A-Level Spanish?

Are you interested in:
· Becoming fluent in a second language?
· Working in a multinational company?
· Foreign travel?
· Languages and business?
· Combining a language skill with another expertise?
With almost 400 million speakers, Spanish is the fourth most widely spoken language in the world. Aside from its use in Spain and most of Latin America, it has a major and growing presence in the USA. You can combine Spanish with most other subjects at university. There is a great demand for Spanish speakers in tourism, business, telecommunications, and teaching.

What you will study in A-Level Spanish?

Modern Spanish in a variety of situations
The society and culture of Spanish speaking countries.
Topics
Year One – Social Issues and trends: artistic culture in the Spanish speaking world. A Spanish film.
Year Two – Multiculturalism and aspects of political life in Spanish speaking world. A Spanish novel.

How you will be assessed in A-Level Spanish?

Paper 1: Listening, Reading & Translation 40 %
Paper 2: Writing (2 x essays) 30%
Paper 3: Speaking 30%

Additional Information

We hope your studies will include a visit to a Spanish speaking country. There will be an opportunity to take part in a study trip or work experience visit abroad during the two year course.

21 April, 2021

SCHOOL INFORMATION

Updated 30/03/2021

 

URGENT Action to take if there is a positive Covid-19 test in your household over the Easter holiday

Dear Parent/Carer

 

Action to take if there is a positive Covid-19 test in your household over the Easter period

The latest Government advice is as follows:  where a student or staff member tests positive for coronavirus having developed symptoms more than 48 hours since being in school, the school should NOT be contacted.  Parents and carers should follow contact tracing instructions provided by NHS Test and Trace.

If a student tests positive up to and including Wednesday, 7th April you must contact the school’s emergency number

07857 113728

Please provide the following information:

Name and year group of the student who has tested positive

Date of positive test

Date symptoms developed

Date student was last in school

Names of friends/contacts during school break and lunchtimes

The school will identify and contact families of close contacts during any lessons and tutor periods, and also families of any known social contacts provided by you.

Please leave your own contact details, including email and telephone number.

You do not need to contact the school if a member of your household tests positive, but you should follow the advice of NHS Test and Trace in terms of isolation required within your household.

I would like to thank the entire school community for your support and co-operation during this unusual and difficult half-term.

With best wishes for a restful half-term break,

Sally Wilson

Headteacher

21 April, 2021

SCHOOL CLOSURE INFORMATION

Updated 20/07/2020

 

Click Here For – Reopening Plans

 

  1. STUDENT WORK
  1. Messages for parents/carers Years 11 & 13
  1. Child Protection and Student Welfare Concerns
  1. Health and Wellbeing
  1. Contact details for Heads of Faculty, Heads of Year, Senior Leadership Team and IT Systems Manager

Thank you very much for your support

Sally Wilson

Headteacher