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AS/A level French

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L Latest news for AS/A French

Important news – visiting exam dates

Centres have recently been sent a letter (via email) containing important information required to arrange their oral examinations. If you have not received this letter please contact your exams officer.

MFL Newsletter

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Latest Digital Resource

Migration and integration
Interactive listening, reading and translation activities that can be used to support teaching and learning as a whole class or independently.

Other Levels GCSE Level 1/ Level 2
Examiners Report
AS French Examiners' Report Summer 2017

Subject News

Spelling reforms in French

Eduqas examining teams are aware of the new spelling reforms in French and would like to reassure teachers and candidates that both the new and existing French language spelling conventions will be accepted in candidates' written work

Eduqas examining teams will use the new spelling conventions when writing the reformed GCSE, AS and A level French examinations, for first assessment in 2017 (AS) and 2018 (GCSE and A level); however, we do not expect to amend spelling in extracts from authentic sources.