Law A Level at Haslingden High School, Specialist Arts, Maths and Computing College
Law is a subject that provides a detailed understanding of the principles of English law, including how the law is made and how it is applied. It helps students develop a wide range of transferable skills such as critical analysis and debate, as well as independent thought.
- Unit 1: The English legal system
- Unit 2: Sources of law
- Unit 3: Public law: criminal
- Unit 4: Private law: tort
At least grade 5 at GCSE English
This course is assessed entirely through examinations.
An A-level in law is particularly valuable to those students wishing to pursue a number of different careers in the criminal justice system such as advocacy, the police or prison system. It is also useful for those pursuing careers in social or community work or journalism as well as providing a sound basis for studying law at university
How to apply
If you want to apply for this course, you will need to contact Haslingden High School, Specialist Arts, Maths and Computing College directly.