Open Evening Wednesday 22nd September

We would like to invite parents/carers of prospective Year 7 students to our Open Evening which will take place on Wednesday 22nd September, 6pm-8pm with Headteacher's talks at 6 and 7pm.

Register for the Open Evening at: wkgs.org/open-evening-2021 

Open Day Tours are now all fully booked. Check back soon for details of additional dates, should they become available. 

Summer Work 2020
Entry Requirements

Grade 6 in GCSE English Language

Exam Board

AQA

Why Choose English Language?

Language connects us all; it helps to define our identity and relationship with others; it shapes our view of the world; it has a fascinating and colourful history and its uses (and abuses) can create fierce, passionate debate.

What is Involved?

Content

  • Variation and representation in language
  • Children’s language development
  • Language diversity and change
  • Language discourses and debates 

Methods of language analysis are integrated into activities throughout the course Modules & Assessment:

At the end of the two-year course there are two written examination papers. Additionally, there will be two pieces of non-examination assessment: 

Paper 1: 40% of A-level - focus on variations, representations & children's language development (2 hours)
Paper 2: 40% of A-level - focus on diversity, language change and debates (2 hours)

Non-examination assessment -20% of A-level - a language investigation and a piece of original writing with a commentary. This is 3,500 words long.



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examination results

95%

of A-level students achieved grades A*-B

100%

of A-level students achieved grades A*-C