The Myth of A-level Law

February 3, 2014

A-levels! A-levels! A-levels! With whole careers and futures dependant on one’s chosen degree, which is entirely determine by the A-levels one’s acquires, no wonder students turn up on opening days for Colleges/Sixth Forms appearing confused, uncertain and altogether anxious to get their selections right. Afraid of choosing the wrong one, afraid of saying the wrong answer, afraid of failure and strangely enough success, there is far too much fear in education today and it translates itself to the students. But that cannot be the meaning of an ‘education’, nor surely what we actually desire from ourselves; we should be bold Continue Reading →