Changes to our Eduqas A level English Literature specification Component 1 poetry requirements - for first assessment in 2019 Following feedback from teachers, we have decided to specify the poems for study for Donne, Keats and Rossetti in Component 1 ...
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Ms Leung said: “These results show how quickly Causeway has improved since January when we began working with Swale Academies Trust. We’re incredibly proud of our students, their hard work and determination which are clearly evident in the results they have achieved. I would also like to thank our staff for their quality teaching, intervention and pastoral care, supporting our students every step of the way. We are excited about the future and continuing to build on what we have achieved together so far and wish all our students every success as they go on to the next stage of their education.”
One positive to Controlled assessment is that it can help to ease the stress of examination because pupils can earn a percentage of their final exam grade earlier in the year. The downside is that this means pupils have a greater workload to complete, sometimes having to produce a large amount of work for a minimal part of the overall grade. For example, in English, a pupil may have to complete 4 pieces of coursework, each over a thousand words long, which individually only account for 5% of the grade. However, this varies between exam boards.