Politics A-Level

Boards

  • Edexcel

  • AQA

  • OCR

  • WJEC

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The Canterbury Revision School’s A-Level Politics courses are exam board specific

 

 

Courses are tailored as a result of our detailed analysis of individual student’s requirements before the course. This ensures that our tutors design a bespoke programme and cover relevant content, examination questions and techniques during the course.

Students can enrol for our one day Politics which focuses on the following key components:

 

UK Politics and Core Political Ideas

 

Political participation

  • Democracy and participation

  • Political parties

  • Electoral systems

  • Voting behaviour and the media

Core political ideas

  • Conservatism

  • Liberalism

  • Socialism

UK Government and Non - Core Political Ideas

UK Government

  • Constitution

  • Parliament

  • Prime Minister/executive

  • Relationships between branches

Non - Core Political Ideas

  • Feminism

Comparative Politics

  • Government and Politics of the USA

  • US Constitution and Federalism

  • US Congress

  • US Presidency

  • US Supreme Court and Civil Rights

  • Democracy and Participation

  • Comparative Theories

 

 

Key information
 
Class size
  • Our experience shows that small groups create the right balance between discussion and independent learning with tutors able to devote considerable time to individual students.

  • Classes are never larger than six at A - Level. They are very rarely smaller than three.


 

Dates: Revision School

  • Our intensive revision courses run throughout the Easter holidays starting at 9am and ending at 5pm each day.

  • There is an hour for lunch and short morning and afternoon breaks.

£175 per day