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|Specification||AQA A Level Politics (7152)|
|Contact||Mrs G Townend (Curriculum Leader: History, Government & Politics)|
|Entry Requirements||Grade 6 in GCSE English Language and a grade B in a Humanities subject is required.|
Lively, relevant, controversial… there are many ways to describe A Level Politics. There’s no denying that it’s one of the most interesting and engaging qualifications you can choose. Covering news and current affairs from the UK and US, it helps you understand how each country is run and develops research, written communication and debate skills. It also helps grow your confidence.
It’s ideal if you’re considering studying history, law, politics, ethics, business management or journalism at university and is highly regarded by employers in industries including politics, international organisations, the media, government and the civil service. AQA Politics A Level
Students will study two different aspects:
Students will study:
Students will study the three core ideologies of Liberalism, Conservatism and Socialism and one other ideology from a choice of Nationalism, Feminism, Multi-culturalism, Anarchism or Ecologism.
|Specification||AQA A level Government and Politics (2150)|
|Contact||Mrs J Bean (Acting Curriculum Leader: History, Government & Politics)|
|Entry requirements||B grade in GCSE English and a Humanities subject is required.|