GCSE Psychology (Edexcel 1PS0)

GCSE Psychology is a favourite amongst home educators. GCSE Psychology is a very popular subject amongst home educators. A perfect overview of the best aspects of modern day psychology, from Criminal Psychology to Child Development!  This subject covers the process of psychology and its application in today’s world, discussing key psychological questions. From dreaming to memory to optical illusions, all of the most interesting aspects are covered.   Psychology is an ideal subject to study for so many future careers, from business to graphic design to emergency services (and more!)

Understanding psychology offers immense benefits in understanding one’s own behaviours and attitudes, the behaviour and attitudes of those around us, and in having a successful career (in many and varied fields) navigating office relationships, customer behaviour, and supplier negotiations. There is good crossover with sociology and human biology. Course Subject Content includes: Perception; Sleep and Dreaming; Development; Illusions; Psychological Problems; Memory; The brain and neuro-psychology; Social influence and social learning; Criminal psychology; Research methods and more!

This course includes all necessary materials; there is no textbook required to be purchased for this course.

Edexcel exam board syllabus: link


TO ENROL IN THIS COURSE – This course is available to start:  

* Online, “Live” format – starting every September (early enrolment to reserve a space is recommended, as this course fills very early)

* Online, “FlexibleTiming/Recorded” format – enrol and start at any time throughout the year

(It may be possible to start with the ‘flexible’ format and then switch to the ‘live’ format if a learner would like to begin before a ‘live’ start date but ‘live’ is their preferred format; do ask for more details).

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