Psychology at St Augustine's Catholic High School
Psychology is an academic and applied science involving the systematic study of human and animal mental functions and behaviour. Psychologists are interested in how people act, react and interact as individuals and in groups.
At AS students develop a broad knowledge and understanding of the core areas of psychology. Topics include: memory, childhood attachment, research methods, stress management, individual differences and social influence.
At A2 students gain a deeper understanding of advanced research and scientific methods, eating behaviour, child cognitive development, relationships, media psychology and psychopathology (anxiety).
B Grade in English Language or Literature or History or R.S.
B Grade in Mathematics
How to apply
If you want to apply for this course, you will need to contact St Augustine's Catholic High School directly.