hard work,
     faith and
    friendship
prayer,
      learning and
  humour

Politics

Many people say that they do not do politics and yet they have an opinion on whether or not Brexit was the correct decision, on whether we should privatise the NHS or whether we should give in to junior doctors demands. This is politics and the studying of how our country works

This is politics and the studying of how our country works is crucial for any young adult with an eye on their future.  The study of A Level politics is a complete course in itself and is designed for all students, whether or not they intend to take the subject further. During your time with us you will work in political parties where as well as having great fun you will learn skills needed for both University and the workplace, skills such as team-work, negotiation, research presentation and leadership. There are no extra course requirements apart from a keen and active mind with a capacity for independent thinking. The exam is in two parts, an A/S at the end of Year 12 and the full A Level after two further years of study. For a breakdown of what we will study  in Years 12 and 13 see the individual areas.  If you don’t study politics, what do you do?