What our students can expect at DHLNW.
The overall aim of the English programme is to provide a learning environment in which pupils can improve their skills in reading, writing, speaking and listening.
At Key Stage 3‐(Years 7, 8 And 9) Pupils Will:
Pupils will follow a course which covers all aspects of the National Curriculum, including grammar, spelling, punctuation, vocabulary‐building, all of which are taught in the context of real literacy and non‐literacy discourse.
At Key Stage 4 (Year 10 And 11) Pupils Will:
Pupils will follow a dual certification course in English and Literature. Leading to two separate G.C.S.E.