Law AS and A Level at Thomas Whitham Sixth Form
Law is the study of the justice system, including both civil and criminal law. Students will explore the roles of judges, juries, magistrates and Parliament in shaping and developing the laws that govern our society.
The study of law helps develop analytical abilities and critical thinking skills. It also develops problem solving skills through the application of legal rules. Taking Law at AS/A2 level provides a useful background for the further study of law either as the main subject or as part of a degree or for the many professional qualifications which have a law component.
Unit One: Law Making and the Legal System
Unit Two: The Concept of Liability
Unit Three: Offences Against the Person
Unit Four: Offences Against Property
At least 5 GCSE's at grade C or higher (including English Language).
Unit 1 100% Exam
Unit 2 100% Exam
Unit 3 100% Exam
Unit 4 100% Exam
Law is a well recognised academic A level and is welcomed by universities and employers. Many A level Law students go on to study Law at university and then progress onto careers such as solicitors or barristers.
The subject is also useful for a variety of careers such as local government, banking, insurance, management and human resources.
Bar Mock Trial (Enrichment) and court visit.
How to apply
If you want to apply for this course, you will need to contact Thomas Whitham Sixth Form directly.