Student Road map to June 22
“It’s interesting because of the varied number of things we learn.”
Apprenticeships Related to this GCSE/BTEC
- Fitness Coach
- Travel Adviser
- Archive Assistant
- Community Arts Admin Assistant
- Nursery Teaching Assistant
- Information Services Coordinator
- Learning Support Assistant
A-Levels/Higher Qualifications you can study after this GCSE/BTEC
- English Language A level
- History A level
- Law A level
- Business A level
- Media Studies A level
- Philosophy A level
- Politics A level
- Psychology A level
- Sociology A level
- Business BTEC
- Health and Social Care BTEC
- Law BTEC
- TV and Film Production BTEC
Where can English Language take you? Whether your dream is to become an Engineer or a newspaper editor a GCSE in English Language can open up a wide range of possibilities. The skills that you learn through your English Language study could be transferred to roles in the following areas:
BBC Bitesize is useful to help students recap key areas of the English Language specification. It also provides students with a selection of example questions to complete once they have used the information to revise the key areas of the curriculum.
Mr Bruff is an experienced English teacher who has created a large number of videos to support students with their revision. His videos take students through each of the English Language exam papers by exploring strategies to approach the questions, looking at model examples and recapping key techniques to look out for when reading both fiction and non-fiction.
Seneca is a fantastic interactive resource that supports with English Language revision. This resource will help students recap key terminology, develop responses to exam style questions and develop technical accuracy.
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At Discovery we aim to help students develop and grow into young adults who are ready and able to go out confidently into the world.
Our students make informed option choices based on a pathway appropriate to their career aims.