Our suite of English qualifications takes students from the early stages of building communication skills to developing the ability to express complex concepts and debate ideas articulately. By A-level, students are cultivating their own critical responses and being empowered to play an involved role in society.
Moving towards new GCSEs and A-levels
Read or download some FAQs which explain how the qualifications are changing, and what you'll need to do to accommodate them.
English teaching resources, created by teachers for teachers; available at Teachit.
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Our comprehensive suite of Key Stage 3 assessment and test practice tools will give you insight to your students' knowledge. Access individual questions in an online searchable question bank to create your own customised assessments or use our ready made tests.
Use Testbase to create targeted teacher-marked assessments and to access Teacher-mediated activities that encourage thinking, reasoning and in-class discussion.
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