Sociology – A Level

If you have an interest in other people’s lives, attitudes and behaviour, and are open to having your own ideas challenged or challenging the ideas of others, this course could be for you. You will analyse modern society, critically assess different views on the way society works, and explore themes of socialisation, culture and identity, […]

Psychology – A Level

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If you have ever asked yourself similar questions about how and why people behave in the way that they do, then this is for you. Positioned between traditional science and humanities subjects, and drawing on many aspects of these areas, psychology can be chosen as part of a large number of A level combinations. Over […]

Philosophy – A Level

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This will stretch your mind and challenge you ‘to think outside the box’ on contemporary issues and long-held beliefs. You’ll study philosophy of religion, ethics and developments in religious thought. You will build a knowledge and understanding of complex philosophical and ethical arguments, evaluate philosophical texts and their relevance in the 21st century, analyse moral […]

Law – A Level

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Crime, human rights, education, employment, privacy, and consumer protection all play a key role in our everyday lives. And no matter what career you may be considering, knowledge of the law will be an invaluable asset and will give you a head-start over your competition. The course provides a thorough and fascinating insight into several […]

History – A Level

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You’ll study the significant events and personalities of the past, building on the historical skills developed during GCSE study. You’ll refine your analytical skills, learning how to examine historical sources and communicate your knowledge. Studying two units in the first year, Germany circa 1918-89 and Spain circa 1930-78, you’ll establish a thorough understanding of history […]

Geography – A Level

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Ideal for those fascinated by global issues and current affairs, you’ll explore a huge variety of geographical elements, and discover physical geography – our environment, coastal systems and landscapes, along with urban and human elements. You will also design and complete an individual investigation, collecting data in the field and developing an exploration of your […]

Criminology

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Are you interested in exploring the different types of crime in our society? This course – a combination of examinations and controlled assessment – offers exciting and interesting experiences that focus learning through the acquisition of knowledge and understanding in purposeful contexts linked to the criminal justice system. You’ll study four units over two years […]