St Peter's is a 'Good' School!
I am delighted to inform you of the outcome of St Peter’s School’s Ofsted inspection that took place on 2nd/3rd March, the full report of which can be found at http://www.stpeters.cambs.sch.uk/page/?pid=288.
Psychology is the study of the mind and behaviour. It allows you to gain an understanding of the unseen processes that control our thoughts and the decisions that we make. For example, how can stress affect our health? Why do people agree with others even when they know they are wrong? How are memories stored and organised?
Psychology has links with many other subjects including biology and sociology and the skills that are developed provide a secure base for further study of many other subjects at University level.
Psychology is offered as a subject in the Sixth Form. We follow the AQA A specification which can be found here. The course focuses on psychological theories and research in a range of different topics including social psychology (social influence), developmental psychology (attachment) and cognitive psychology (memory). There are opportunities for individual and group work on designing and conducting research and discussion of key issues. The course helps you to:
Mrs Ellegaard (Psychology co-ordinator) firstname.lastname@example.org
The week will involve learning about autism during tutor times through discussions, videos and activities. The resources we will using can be found on The National Autistic Society’s website: http://www.autism.org.uk/?gclid=CN6i65Wo09ICFbQV0wodx5EIgA