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Latin Level 1 / 2 Certificate

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Level 1 and Level 2 Certificates in Latin Language, Latin Language & Roman Civilisation and Latin Literature

WJEC provides, and will continue to provide, qualifications in both England and Wales which meet the needs of teachers and the requirements of regulators in both countries.

The WJEC Certificates in Latin provide flexible and motivating courses which can be used as 'stepping stones' or as a complete alternative to GCSE.

  • There are separate Certificates for Latin Language and Latin Literature
  • They are fully accredited until and including 2017 and each Certificate carries the same number of performance points as a GCSE
  • Both levels are graded A* to C
  • The Level 2 Certificate in Latin Language (with or without a Roman Civilisation element) counts as a language subject in the English Baccalaureate (EBacc)
  • As the Certificates are unitised, they offer the flexibility of unit entries in different sessions
  • The Core Language papers are available in both January and May/June
  • There is the option of Controlled Assessment in both Roman Civilisation and Literature.
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Latest News

Accredited WJEC Eduqas GCSE (9-1) Latin (for teaching from 2016)

Through our Eduqas brand, WJEC has developed a reformed GCSE (9-1) Latin qualification, regulated by Ofqual, for teaching from 2016. This qualification meets regulatory requirements in England and has been accredited by Ofqual. The specification can be found on the Eduqas GCSE (9-1) Latin page.

For centres in Wales: WJEC Eduqas GCSE (9-1) Latin (for teaching from 2016)

Through our Eduqas brand, WJEC has developed a reformed GCSE (9-1) Latin qualification, regulated by Ofqual, for teaching from 2016. This qualification is designed to meet regulatory requirements in England. The accredited specification can be found on the Eduqas GCSE (9-1) Latin page.

Qualifications Wales is considering whether GCSE qualifications developed for use in England can be made available in Wales, where no reformed specification is being developed for use in Wales. We understand that it is Qualifications Wales' intention to make these GCSEs available in Wales, however, details are yet to be confirmed. We will provide an update when we have more information.

Grade Boundaries (UMS / Raw Marks)

Continuing Professional Development

  • Face-to-face CPD meetings are not available in this subject at the moment because of regulatory requirements. Examination review will be available online. A presentation giving details of this provision is available.
  • Teachers are able to download the support materials from the CPD meeting in November 2012 from the secure website. Select 'Resources PDF Download' from the left-hand column, then 'CPD Materials' and then Latin from the subject list. Items 11-13 contain exemplars of candidates' Controlled Assessment work.

Key Resources

Join Our Team: Become an Examiner or Moderator

We are currently recruiting examiners and moderators for GCSE, AS/A level and/or Level 1/Level 2 qualifications for next summer's examination series. If you have at least two years teaching experience and would like to apply, please  create an account to complete the online application process.

For more information on becoming an examiner, including vacancies and benefits, please visit our appointees page.


Apply Online

For further information, please contact:

Alan Clague - Subject Officer
E-mail: alan.clague@wjec.co.uk

Matt Oatley - Subject Support Officer
Telephone: 029 2026 5054
E-mail: matthew.oatley@wjec.co.uk

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Latin Language & Roman Civilisation Examiners' Report Summer 2016
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Latin Literature Examiners' Report Summer 2016
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Principal Examiners' Report

The Summer 2016 Principal Examiners' reports provide feedback on this Summer's examination series. The reports include helpful observations and commentary on the work produced for this series and can assist teachers in preparing their students for the next examination series.

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