·         promoting competence in the three main components: Talking and Listening, Reading and Writing

·         developing the skills of independent thinking and learning

·         making pupils aware of the power, complexity, versatility and sensitivity of the English language through their experiences of language in the classroom

·         enabling them to contribute in a positive and mature manner to society

·         encouraging their personal growth by promoting a range of attitudes including empathy, sensitivity, co-operation and tolerance

·         fostering a sense of confidence and self-worth in the pupils through a climate of positive reinforcement and constructive criticism, ensuring that each pupil’s individual achievements are valued

·         developing in pupils an awareness and recognition of the significance of our cultural heritage



Further info

KS3      GCSE English      GCSE English Literature      A Level English Literature


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