Learn more about Psychology, taught at Wycliffe…

Psychology is the scientific study of human behaviour and mental processes. It is an interesting, dynamic and challenging course to study at A Level. Psychology A Level enables pupils to study and learn key skills at an in-depth advanced level, for example, critical thinking, data analysis and analytic skills. Whilst pupils will be using these skills in a Psychology sense while studying, they are also extremely useful and transferable for use at University or the world of work.

Our aim is for pupils to move beyond the ‘common-sense’ explanations of behaviour. There are a number of core topics pupils must study. These areas include the diverse range of subjects from Forensic psychology, Autism, Schizophrenia and Child Development. A mix of individual and group coursework ensures pupils will take an active role in every part of the theoretical and research side of Psychology.

Reception 2020 Open Afternoon

Friday 6th December from 1.30pm to 4.00pm.

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