Spanish AS levelWatch
My biggest piece of advice would be to come to A-Level knowing all of your GCSE stuff- present tense, preterite, imperfect, future, etc.. This will make the step-up feel a lot smaller and you'll find there's a lot less to learn.
The content is quite interesting: Popular Culture, Media, Family+Relationships and Healthy Living, while at A2 you study Multi-cultural society, Environment, and Culture (The teacher chooses but it can be History, a play, a book, an artist or a writer.) What I've said makes it sound really daunting, and everyone finds it very difficult in the first few months, but you can get the hang of it- I've slowly improved from an E, to a D, to a low C, to a low B, and if things go may way on results day I may just scrape an A. I wouldn't do it just as a fourth AS level and don't do it just because you've done well at GCSE, there isn't much of a correlation.
Basically, if you are passionate about Spanish and know you'll put the effort in, do it, you'll enjoy it and it's really useful
I did the WJEC course (AS and A2) and in terms of content we did the following at AS: Family and Relationships, Urban Culture (i.e. fashion, urban groups etc), Education and the Role of Women. At A2 we did the Spanish Civil War, Immigration, Terrorism, Racism, Media, Environment and Work Environments.
Despite being somewhat challenging at times, Spanish actually became my favourite subject to study at A Level as every lesson provided me with new ground I had never encountered before and I could never be complacent with feeling like I knew everything there is to know.