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Humanities and Social Sciences

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A Level Geography

Geography is about the relationship between people and the environment, including topical issues such as climate change and globalisation. You will study this course alongside 2 or 3 other A Levels and you will be able to select your chosen…

A Level History

Global history is filled with the fascinating, the gory, the unbelievable and the unthinkable. In this course you’ll look back at some of the major events and personalities which helped to shape the world we know today.

A Level Politics

Democracy, dictatorship, monarchy, communism and republic – how do these political systems work and what impact do they have on citizens around the world?

A Level Psychology

Studying psychology will give you an amazing insight into the human mind. You’ll conduct research, discuss and debate the big issues with your fellow students and discover the work of the great pioneers in the field.

A Level Sociology

Sociology is the study of society and the communities which make up our world. Why do certain groups of people behave in a certain way, how does this impact their lives and who ultimately benefits?

Access to Higher Education: Health and Social Care (Social Work) (19+) including a four week introductory course - Full-time

If you are aged 19+ and passionate about helping people, and would like to progress towards a career in social work or similar then this could be the course for you.

Access to Higher Education: Social Science (19+) including a four week introductory course - Full-time

This course is perfect if you are aged 19+ and interested in taking an in-depth look at human behaviour; crime and punishment; how crime and punishment are related to other social issues and why certain groups may be societally victimised.

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