Stafford Manor High School Law A Level AQA (Block D) at The Stafford Partnership
The course offers an excellent grounding in Law, especially for those who may already have half an eye on a possible legal career. Law is also a subject which is respected by many educational institutions and employers. Studying law combines academic rigour with practical relevance.
Together with lessons, there are many ways in which students can learn law. Following current affairs and cases will highlight what is taught in class. During the course students undergo a number of personal tutorials to monitor progress. To supplement this, court and prison visits have been arranged in the past.
- The nature of Law and the English Legal System
This involves a detailed analysis of the types of laws in England and Wales, as well as some of the law making institutions, e.g. parliament and the courts. It moves on to ‘dispute solving’ and considers in detail the people involved in justice such as the the legal profession, judges and magistrates. This provides a strong foundation for further legal studies.
- Criminal Law
This involves a detailed study of particular criminal offences such as Murder, blackmail and robbery and the application of legal rules to factual situations.
This involves a detailed study of particular torts such as Negligence, nuisance and occupier’s liability and the application of legal rules to factual situations.
- Human Rights Law
This involves a detailed study of particular criminal offences such as the right to life, liberty and freedom of expression and the application of legal rules to factual situations.
The standard entry criteria to study in the sixth form is an 9-4 or A*-C in at least seven different subjects, including mathematics which would usually be at grade 4 or above (equivalent to grade C in previous years).
A combination of multiple choice, short and long questions
Purchase of a textbook is optional but advised. The cost is approximately £20.
This course will help prepare students for higher education. It is particularly useful if you are considering a career in Law, Criminology, Accountancy, Business Management, or other professional careers.
Please contact Mrs C Booth
How to apply
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