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Psychology at Finchley Catholic High School

Course description

Psychology is the study of the human mind and behaviour: a science which uses  cutting edge research to give a better insight into everyday issues and current events, from obsession with body image to involvement in gang violence. As well as understanding key research methods and psychological theories, we will study issues such as memory, stress, obedience to authority, OCD, gender differences and aggression.
If you enjoy studying human behaviour in different contexts, can apply a critical eye to different theories, and are comfortable sharing your opinions in group discussions, this course will suit  you.

Course content

As well as good English skills, good numeracy is essential as you will analyse statistical data to evaluate the results and validity of different experiments.

Future opportunities

Psychology is a useful foundation for a wide variety of degrees – from Social Studies to Law and Criminology, and careers – from social work to marketing.

Further information

For more information on the AQA course we study, please visit our website.

How to apply

If you want to apply for this course, you will need to contact Finchley Catholic High School directly.

Last updated date: 16 September 2016
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    • Housed in a brand new, state-of-art centre, our Sixth Form is a vibrant community of over 300 students. The majority are students who have chosen to return to FCH following their GCSEs; however we also welcome students (male and female) who have completed their GCSEs elsewhere.

      The school is located on a single site in North Finchley, a short walk from the Tally Ho bus terminus and from Woodside Park or Totteridge & Whetstone Tube stations on the Northern Line.