Law GCE A Level at Greenhead College
It is unlikely that you will have studied Law before at GCSE. The AQA Law course is designed to remove any feelings of uncertainty and confusion that may arise from taking a new subject. However, your own experience, emphasis by the government on the need for people to learn about citizenship and the medias fascination with law-related stories means that this subject is relevant, interesting and popular.
Law plays a vital role in society. The law helps define a society's values and also provides a means to solve problems and disputes without resort to violence.
Law at Greenhead is taught in a well-resourced subject base, with its own Moodle site to assist student study. Links have been forged with local universities, law enforcement agencies, legal professionals and courts.
Paper 1: Crime
Paper 2: Tort
Paper 3: Contract or Human Rights
The college gives priority to its 12 partner schools. Places are offered to other applicants on a competitive basis.
All prospective students must achieve a GCSE grade 4 or higher in GCSE English Language and GCSE Mathematics.
To access a three A Level programme a student must achieve, in addition to the above, a minimum of grade 6's in three GCSE subjects.
Students who achieve a grade 8/9 profile at GCSE will be offered the opportunity to study for four A Levels.
This course is linear and will be examined at the end of two years' study.
An A Level in Law provides an excellent background for university and careers not only in law, but also in journalism, local and central government, public relations, teaching, and a range of management and business areas.
How to apply
If you want to apply for this course, you will need to contact Greenhead College directly.