Why is the study of Psychology important? 


Psychology is one of our most popular A Level subjects. Not only does psychology have a historic track record of proven results, many of our students progress on from their A Level studies to read Psychology at University.

Psychology develops students’ cognitive and analytical skills, also enhancing their cogency with statistics and understanding of developmental and behavioural systems.

  • Course Content and Assessment

    Course Content:

    • Social and Cognitive Psychology
    • Biological Psychology and Learning Theories
    • Foundations in Psychology
    • Applications of Psychology
    • Psychological Skills



    • 100% Examination
    • 0% Coursework


  • Entry Criteria

    5 GCSEs at 4 or above including:

    • English & Mathematics at 5 or above.
    • Science GCSE at 5 or above.
  • How can Psychology support your future?

    Students who have taken A Level Psychology go on to study Psychology at University. Future opportunities may include: a Child Psychologist, Clinical Psychologist or a Researcher.

  • How does the study of Psychology support your study of other subjects?

    As one of our most popular subjects, Psychology works well with a wide range of subjects both scientific and social science-based.

    Developing data analysis skills aids in subjects such as Biology and Chemistry, whereas, the understanding of social systems and behaviourism aids in subjects such as Sociology, Law and Criminology.