Do not think of what you cannot do in law, but rather what you can do!
Our Pre-law Programme aims to deliver a syllabus equivalent to a GCSE. It involves learning about many subjects under the law umbrealla including nature, evolution, making and administering the law, contract, tort, criminal, family, and employment law. It will be broken down into 8 modules and 30 units which include the rights and responsibilities, the English legal system, the law in action, introduction to law, courts and processes, people and sources, the law of tort as well as criminal and family law all delivered through a selection of themes.
Each theme will be chosen and used by the entire centre and aims to deliver on the individual’s objectives and learning outcomes which are chosen at the beginning of each term following the first individual assessment and then showcased at the centre in the seventh week.
Every six-weeks a new theme is chosen, and parents or individuals will be provided with the lesson plans and learning outcomes so that they are aware of what is being taught and what changes they should recognise in either their skill set of knowledge.
In addition, each individual taking our courses will be building a portfolio of accredited certificates which can be used later in their lives.