Psychology at Little Heath School
Students who are well suited to Psychology A Level have enquiring minds and are interested in the reasons behind human behaviours.
Successful Psychology students tend to be empathetic and observant, noticing the behaviour, moods and emotions of others around them.They are also independent and reflective, having the skills to carry out investigations and be confident in making decisions. Studying Psychology develops students’ critical thinking skills which can aid analytical skills in other subjects. It also develops a wide range of writing styles and skills.
You must gain at least five Grade A*-C GCSE passes in order to study A Level Psychology.This should include at least a Grade B in English Language and at least a Grade C in Mathematics.
How to apply
If you want to apply for this course, you will need to contact Little Heath School directly.