Psychology at Blessed George Napier School
Psychology is the science of the mind and behaviour. It attempts to understands the role of mental functions in individual and social behaviour. It also explores the physiological and neurological processes that govern behaviour.This course explores a broad range of psychology from memory to the effects of day care at AS level and from gender to psychopathology at A2 level. The course has research methods embedded through it and so provides and understanding of how psychological research is carried out as well as teaching the skills needed to evaluate and critique research.
A minimum of five A* - C grades at GCSE is required for all students wishing to enter the Sixth Form and the student should also have gained an A or B grade in the subjects they wish to take. Specifically; GCSE Science: B Maths: B, English: B.
How to apply
If you want to apply for this course, you will need to contact Blessed George Napier School directly.