Our Psychology curriculum aims to equip young psychologists with the necessary scientific knowledge, skills and vocabulary to develop a better understanding of themselves and the changing wider world.
It promotes an awe-driven curiosity of psychological research and a deeper understanding of scientific methodology and scientific rigour, facilitating independent leaning and resilience.
Our carefully sequenced curriculum embeds knowledge and understanding of different areas and perspectives of psychology and how they relate to each other and the different psychological debates. It develops competence and confidence in a variety of practical, mathematical and problem solving skills.
Students are able to develop their interest in and enthusiasm for the subject, including an interest in further study and careers associated with the subject, via examining essential career pathways related to psychology
Through our curriculum student develop an understanding of how society makes decisions about scientific issues and how the sciences contribute to the success of the economy and society, including key areas such as the classification and diagnosis mental disorders