Law at Haybridge High School and Sixth Form
How are laws made? What is law anyway? Why is most crime dealt with by volunteers who are not legally trained? How do you become a barrister or a solicitor? How do you become a judge? Why is there not more diversity in the legal profession? What gives the European Union the right to make laws for the UK? What happens if you are arrested? What are Human Rights? Why do terrorists have Human Rights? When can the Government take our Human Rights away?
These are just some of the absorbing questions we consider in A-level Law.
You will write a lot of essays and so will need to achieve at least a Grade C in English to pursue this subject successfully. You will also need to do quite a lot of reading so you have to be prepared for that.
How to apply
If you want to apply for this course, you will need to contact Haybridge High School and Sixth Form directly.