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GCSE (9-1) French

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GCSE (9-1) Grading

From 2017, reformed GCSEs in England will be graded 9 to 1, find out more about the GCSE 9-1 grading scale


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Other Levels AS/A level Level 1/ Level 2
Status Accredited
Teaching from 2016
QAN 601/8900/9

Our GCSE (9-1) French specification has been accredited by Ofqual. The specification is available to teach in schools and colleges in England from September 2016.

The sample assessment materials include exemplar question papers and mark schemes.

GCSE French Training Courses for Teachers

Our 2016/2017 CPD series is coming to an end. We will shortly be releasing information on our 2017/2018 CPD which will include face-to-face and online training courses to support both our general and vocational qualifications.

Endorsed

Here is a list of materials endorsed by WJEC to support the teaching and learning of this qualification.

All Course Materials

We offer a range of materials to support the teaching and learning of this qualification.

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.