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Why Choose PGA English?

Globally recognized and ensures a consistent progression.

Qualifications for ages 5-17, seamless progression to further study, including A-Level and beyond.

Progression to further study

Provides free online in-depth mock and actual exam performance analysis. Students can learn about their mistakes and rectify them.

Detailed exam analysis

A digital version of the student books and studying resources can be accessed online, anytime, anywhere.

Wild range of resources

​Seamless Learning Journey

Primary
Ages 5-11
Year 1-6

Pre-IGCSE
Age 11-14
Year 7-10

International GCSE
Ages 14-15
Year 11

International A Level
Ages 15-17
Year 12-13

Knowledge

● Retrieving, deducing, inferring or interpreting information, events or ideas.

● Identifying and commenting on the structure and organisation of texts.

● Exploring the writers’ use of language considering the writers’ purposes and viewpoints, and the overall effect of the text on the reader. Students will develop grammar and punctuation skills in relation to.

● Demonstrating how the accurate use of grammar, punctuation and spelling contribute to meaning. Students will develop writing skills in relation to.

● Writing a response appropriate to task and sequencing, structuring and organising a response appropriately.

● Conveying meaning through the use of accurate grammar, punctuation and spelling.

● Respond critically in terms of understanding and inference

● Select relevant textual evidence to support a critical response

● Explore a writer's selection of ideas and structural or organisational choices

● Explore a writers’ use of language

● Identify and exploring the writer's intention and viewpoint, and the overall effect of the text on the reader

● Compare information and ideas (non-fiction texts only). Students will develop writing skills in relation to.

● Write appropriately for a given form, audience and purpose

● Organise a response appropriately and logically

● Convey meaning through the use of accurate grammar, punctuation and spelling

Subjects:

● English Language A

● English Language B

● English Literature

 

English Language A/B

● Non-fiction Texts and Transactional Writing

● Poetry and Prose Texts and Imaginative Writing

English Literature

● Poetry and Modern Prose

● Modern Drama and Literary Heritage Texts

Subjects

● English Language

● English Literature

English Language

● Context and Identity

● Language in Transition

● Crafting Language (writing)

● Investigating Language

English Literature

● Post-2000 Poetry and Prose

● Drama

● Poetry and Prose

● Shakespeare and pre-1990 Poetry

Ability

● Read and respond to different types of non-fiction and fiction texts

● Read and respond to texts showing a good understanding

● Acquire a variety of vocabulary and show understanding of grammar and knowledge of linguistic conventions for reading and writing.

● Write with clarity and accuracy, adapting language and style to suit different purposes and contexts.

● Read and demonstrate understanding of different types of non-fiction and fiction texts

● Read accurately with fluency, demonstrating literal and implicit understanding

● Compare non-fiction texts effectively

● Acquire a variety of vocabulary and show understanding of grammar and knowledge of linguistic conventions for reading and writing.

● Write with clarity, accuracy and coherence, adapting language and style to suit different purposes and audience

Develop skills to analyse how writers use linguistic and structural devices to achieve their effects.

Explore links and connections between writers’ ideas and perspectives.

Develop transactional writing skills for a variety of purposes and audiences.

Use spelling, punctuation and grammar accurately. 

● Develop skills to analyse unseen poetry.

● Develop skills to analyse how language, form, structure and contextual factors can be used to create meanings and effects.

 Develop skills to maintain a critical style and informed personal response.

● Develop and apply their understanding of the concepts and methods appropriate for the analysis and study of language

●Develop their skills as producers and interpreters of language

● Independently investigate language in use. 

● Read widely and independently set texts and others that they have selected for themselves

● Engage critically and creatively with a substantial body of texts and ways of responding to them

● Develop and effectively apply their knowledge of literary analysis and evaluation

What PGA offers

Foundtions for success

1. Provide a structure and progression ensuring all objectives are covered and learning progresses in a clear and supportive way;

2. Provide confidence and support for students of all levels of progress tests and workbook;

3. Provide a huge range of options for students, regardless of the resourcing of their setting.

Trackable Learning Progress

PGA provides materials and supports every step of the way so teachers and parents can track students’ progress.

 

ResultsPlus provides the most detailed analysis available for students' exam performance. It can help students to identify topics and skills where they could benefit from further learning. 

Worldwide Recognition Qualification

1. Pearson Edexcel International Award for Primary

 

2. Pearson Edexcel International Award for Pre-IGCSE

3. Pearson Edexcel International Award for International GCSE

 

4. Pearson Edexcel International Award for International A Level

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