Key Stage 5 Law Overview
A-Level Law provides hardworking students with a valuable introduction to the English legal system.
Many of our students have gone on to study law or related subjects such as criminology at university. Some have then progressed into the legal profession becoming solicitors, barristers or paralegals.
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Five or more 9-4 grades at GCSE including English Language and Maths.
Grade 5 or above in GCSE History or Religious Studies would be an advantage, but is not compulsory.
|A Level law covers six modules:|
|Learning Methods and Assessment|
A range of teaching and learning activities are utilised with strong emphasis on independent learning including extensive reading and legal research.
The A level is assessed through 3 x 2 hour exams at the end of the second year of the course. The exams involve both essay questions and problem-based questions.