A Level / BTEC Results Day
A-Level and BTEC Results Day 2018 will be published Thursday 16th August
School will open from 10am-2pm for students to pick up their results in person.
Unfortunately we are unable to provide grades to friends or family members so transcripts will remain in school until students are able to come and collect them.
Preparation for Results Day
Students should ensure that contact details are up to date on UCAS as universities may need to contact them.Students should check their UCAS (track) account from 8am on the morning of Thursday 16th. If they are holding conditional offers they will be able to see whether or not they have been accepted into their chosen university.
Clearing and Adjustment
Where students feel that their current offer is not the right one for them or they do not meet its conditions they can elect to go into Clearing. Clearing places tend to fill up very quickly on results day so students should check the availability of courses in advance. Staff will be on hand to support conversations with universities on results day.
Where students have done better than anticipated they can go through Adjustment. This means that they can hold their firm offer while searching, through Clearing, for a more competitive course. Again, it is essential that students research the availability of courses in advance. Students can search for courses here: https://www.ucas.com/clearing-launch
Apprenticeships and Employment
We are on hand throughout the summer to support those students who have decided to go on to an apprenticeship or into employment. If you would like to book an appointment with our destinations manager please email email@example.com
Teaching of British Values through Psychology
We promote British values through advocating and teaching acceptance of all individuals regardless of their differences. We explore and promote the importance of equal rights for men and women and individuals suffering with mental health issues. We seek to understand the differences within and between cultures and demonstrate an acceptance of the beliefs and cultural norms in our multi-cultural society.
A Level Psychology
Psychology is the study of human behaviour. It explores the motivations we have for our emotional responses, social interactions and everyday behaviours. Students considering studying psychology, social sciences or research based degrees at University should consider taking Psychology at A Level. Psychology will help you to enhance your skills in research, comparison, analysis and evaluation, whilst learning about the theories that underpin our everyday behaviours and motivations.
In Year 12 psychology students learn about the origins of psychology and how psychology became a science. In addition students learn about the different approaches psychologists take when studying human behaviour and the associated research methods. Students then go on to apply these ideas to psychopathology, memory, attachment and social influence.
Year 13 psychology builds upon the skills learnt in Year 12. Students discuss the issues, debates and approaches associated with psychological science. Students then go on to explore further topics in detail, including aggression, gender and schizophrenia.