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Discussion in 'English' started by hardbastard, Jan 19, 2011.

  1. hardbastard

    hardbastard New commenter

    Stupid question. Can a school in England run the CCEA GCSE in English Language/Literature? Does anybody know an English school who has ever used them for English?
    Just curious. I am loving their spec but.....
    Please help me.
    I love you all. H.B.
  2. I teach the CCEA spec. However, I am in N. Ireland!
    The only problem I can see with a mainland school teaching the spec. is moderators' visits for Talking and Listening. If you like, I can ask CCEA about this for you.
  3. It's never mentioned, so I suspect not - but welcome an authoritative answer.

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