Gardyne Campus, Off Campus, Learning Centres
Provides learners with the opportunity to develop the skills of listening, talking, reading and writing in order to understand and use language. A range of non-fiction and quality literature are used to develop skills of understanding, analysing and evaluating. Learners will develop the skills to produce communications in different styles and formats, including written and spoken language. Learners are expected to be able to commit to a minimum further 3 hours of self study every week, to embed learning and fulfil course work requirements throughout the year.
English at National 4. Entry by interview and written test.
Higher English, further study, employment or training.
Distance and Flexible learning
Part time (evening)
Part time (weekend)