Choosing A level French offers you the opportunity to develop your command of a language, bringing you in close contact with the culture and heritage of the French-speaking world. Pupils have the opportunity to develop a lasting appreciation of language, and language learning, with an ability to understand it in a wide range of contexts. It will allow pupils to communicate confidently for a variety of purposes, and give an insight into cultures, both contemporary and historic, and valuable skills for foreign travel, further education and employment. 

Entry Requirements

Grade 6 in GCSE French

<b>A-Level Course Content</b>

Course Content:

  • Level A listening, reading and writing examination worth 35% 
  • Speaking exam worth 15% 
  • Areas of study at A level are the environment, the multicultural society, contemporary social issues and two cultural topics, such as a French director, author or dramatist.