"As God has taught him,
so let him write" (2:282)

English Language

English encourages a life-long enthusiasm for reading, writing and spoken communication. Students develop English skills for different purposes and situations.

 

Our new English as a Second Language curriculum empowers even the youngest learners to communicate confidently and effectively. It helps them to develop the skills needed to respond to a range of information, media and texts. The programme promotes active learning, develops thinking skills and encourages intellectual engagement.

What will students learn?

Brainfield students develop skills and understanding in four areas: reading, writing, speaking and listening. They will learn how to communicate effectively and respond to a range of information, media and texts to:

  1. become confident communicators, able to apply all four skills effectively in everyday situations
  2. see themselves as readers, engaging with a range of texts for information and for pleasure, including texts from different times and cultures
  3. see themselves as writers, using the written word clearly and creatively for a range of different audiences and purposes.

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