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Do you enjoy studying different ways of writing, or understanding a variety of literature?

Our English courses are thought-provoking, stimulating and with the choices available you’ll be able to use different skills and techniques to suit your interests.

Fun and engaging topics look at the variety of language in society around us, whilst if you enjoy creative writing we’ll help to develop your skills.

If you’re looking to improve your English skills, our GCSE and English for Speakers of Other Languages (ESOL) courses will provide the support you need.

Past students’ destinations include degree courses at Oxford, Cambridge and other top universities and career paths in journalism, law, public relations, civil services, creative media and museum work.

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A Level
English Literature A Level
English Language & Literature A Level
English Language A Level
Courses for Adults
English for Speakers of Other Languages (ESOL)
GCSE English Language (AQA)
Functional Skills English (from Entry Level to Level 2)
A Level
Courses for Adults
English Literature A Level
English Language & Literature A Level
English Language A Level
English for Speakers of Other Languages (ESOL)
GCSE English Language (AQA)
Functional Skills English (from Entry Level to Level 2)
What our students say
Katie Bell P

I chose English Literature because I was particularly strong at this subject at GCSE and I had an interest in the contents of the course and reading more widely. I like that I can write creatively and go into detail about my reactions as a reader towards a vast range of different texts, specifically Shakespeare’s ‘Taming of the Shrew’ and Jane Austen’s ‘Emma’.

Katie
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