- The AQA reading list will give some ideas for wider reading on each section of the course
The Critique of Pure Politics Blog: https://thecritiqueofpurepolitics.wordpress.com
- This is a blog written by an A Level Politics teacher who focuses on current issues and links them back to different exam specifications (look out carefully for AQA references)
The A Level Politics Show (podcast): https://anchor.fm/nick-de-souza
- This is a series of podcasts geared towards anyone studying A Level Politics
SOS Politics: Instagram @sospolitics
- An Instagram account which claims to give unbiased and accurate political facts relating to current affairs
NPR Politics Podcasts: https://www.npr.org/podcasts/510310/npr-politics-podcast
- This is a US media company which give a weekly round-up of key events that have happened in US Politics.
Students may also choose to visit the places listed below:
Houses of Parliament: You can visit the Houses of Parliament while either chamber is sitting and observe a debate.
Supreme Court: It is possible to observe cases while the court is sitting and arrange a tour of the courts.
10 Downing Street: Visiting the relatively modest home of the UK Prime Minister will aid you in comparing the structural differences with political buildings in the US.
We will be collecting non perishable food, toiletries and christmas treats for Brentwood Foodbank over the next two weeks. Please remember to bring in a contribution if you are able - the box is in the common room or you can bring the items to Mrs Howells' office. Thank you.