AS and A-level qualifications in MFL will appeal to students looking to broaden their existing knowledge of languages, and will help them on their journey to further studies and the world of work. It develops an interest in, and enthusiasm for, language learning, and encourages students to consider their study of the language in a broader context.
At the AS Level, students will study a variety of compulsory topics ranging from Aspects of French Speaking society; comprising current trends, the changing nature of family, the “cyber society” and the place of voluntary work. They will also study the artistic culture in the French speaking world which includes contemporary francophone music and cinema.
At A2 Level, students will study a wide range of topics covering Aspects of political life in the French-speaking world: This topic comprises of teenagers, the right to vote and political commitment, demonstrations, politics and immigration. Students also have to conduct an individual research on a subject of personal interest, relating to the country where the language of study is spoken.