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Year 11 Summer Transition Activities
We've listed some activities to help students prepare for joining this course in September >> Click Here
The A Level course in French centres on effective communication (both spoken and written) as well as giving students an insight into the culture and tradition of the French speaking countries. Students are exclusively taught by native speaker teachers and have weekly additional time for speaking practice with the language assistant.
Oral and written papers combining listening, reading, translation and writing.
Standard entry requirements, plus Grade 5 in GCSE French or a similar of competence. At least grade 5 in GCSE English Language and grade 4 in Maths.
£25 for topic booklets.
This programme targets students who have a high potential to excel in their sport, either by competing on the international stage or securing a professional contract
There are a wide range of opportunities for students who can speak French, including roles in international business, translation/interpretation, editing/proofreading, travel and tourism, hospitality and teaching.
A key course for students planning to study or work in a French speaking country, or continue on to university to study languages and related subjects, it also provides a strong grounding for those wishing To pursue many other subject areas at degree level.
I came from Gillotts school and studied Biology, Psychology and French.
I chose to come to The Henley College as I wanted to get a taste of independence of learning in preparation for university.It was the passion and enthusiasm of the teachers which impressed me most. In particular the French teacher inspired me to have the confidence to choose the subject despite my doubts.
French A-level at The Henley College, is brilliant as it offers you endless opportunities in life from working and living abroad to meeting new people from different cultures. Learning French at A-level has given me the confidence to read, write, listen and speak the language. It has also given me an insight into the history and culture of France and other French-speaking countries.