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Law

Type of Course: AS/A2

Course Description

Ever wondered what the difference is between murder and manslaughter? Ever wondered what we hope to achieve by sending someone to prison for ten years? What about the difference between theft, robbery and burglary? Or the difference between a judge and a magistrate, or a solicitor and a barrister, or a crown court and a county court or any kind of court? These and many other questions will be answered during the course.

Assessment

There are two examinations in Year 12 and Year 13

There is no coursework.

Entry Requirements

It is recommended that students who undertake the course gain good English or History grades at GCSE.

Opportunities

 The course is useful for:

· Developing skills such as analytical thinking, persuading, expressing yourself clearly in spoken and written forms of communication.

· Combining with subjects such as History, Sociology, English, French/German, RE

· Those considering a career or who have an interest in the Law

· Students wanting to study subjects such as history, Sociology, English, French/German, RE after leaving school.

 

    The Priory Federation of Academies, Lincoln