- 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.
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