Every pupil is different and therefore will have different needs, learning styles and personalities.
Assess Education offer a customised learning package that sets out to ensure that they understand you and provide you with the support you need.
The team are well experienced in working with young people with emotional and behavioural problems, and as such, Assess Education really do help change the lives of the young people they work with.
0930 - 1515
Assess Education Building
260 Picton Road
Can also be attended virtually through E-learning.
This qualification sets out to ensure that pupils can:
- Read a wide range of texts fluently and critically, demonstrating a good understanding of the subject
- Write effectively using Standard English, this includes good use of grammar, punctuation and spelling
- Acquire and apply a wide vocabulary and listen to and understand spoken language
Paper 1 - Fiction and Imaginative Writing (1 hour 45 minutes)
Section A – Reading: questions on an unseen 19th-century fiction extract.
Paper 2 - Writers’ Viewpoints and Perspectives (2 hours and 5 minutes)
Section A – Reading: questions on two thematically linked, unseen non-fiction extracts.
Section B – Writing: a choice of two writing tasks. The tasks are linked by a theme to the reading extracts.
This component is internally assessed under controlled conditions and externally monitored by Edexcel/Pearson.
Candidates must undertake a prepared spoken presentation on a specific topic in a formal setting, listen and respond to questions and feedback, and use spoken English effectively.
There are no marks for the Spoken Language endorsement. Students are awarded a grade Pass, Merit or Distinction.