- 4 in GCSE Mathematics
- 4 in GCSE English
Psychology is a social science, studying the human brain and behaviour. It is a fascinating and ever more important subject that leads to a diverse range of career paths. No previous study of Psychology is required.
Topics include: approaches in psychology, biopsychology, research methods, gender, stress and forensic psychology, as well as memory, attachment, psychopathology and social influence.
Students will complete three two-hour examinations on a range of topics (above) at the end of Year 13.
What students say:
Psychology was a completely new subject to me when I started Sixth Form. I have found it so interesting, and it has given me a much deeper understanding of the world around me. I have even decided to study it at University and pursue it as a career!