We follow the EDUQAS exam board (website below).
It's split into three parts:
Language: you'll continue to learn vocab and grammar, with an aim to translate stories about heroes and monsters, both historical and mythical.
Civilisation: what did the Romans do for fun? How do we know? We look at written sources (in English) and archaeological evidence to figure out Romans' reactions to the bloody arenas, bawdy theatres and crowded baths.
Literature: Chariot Racing: we'll be looking at real Roman authors talking about their experience of the Circus Maximus. We study a range of literature to see how authors made their work stand out, and survive for over 2000 years.
The GCSE Latin course is challenging and rewarding, make sure you keep on track with the vocab and sentence structures.