Seaford College is broadening the curriculum and offering A Level Law for the first time this year. In September the course had 2 students and this has grown in popularity to over 10. Tony Philips, Head of Year 13, History & Law teacher said: “The students are really enjoying the challenges of studying Law”. Ellie Syrett chose Law because she was interested in doing something new, she said: “The course is brand new for everyone; there is something nice about all starting the course on the same page”. Ellie is considering a career in Animal Rights Law. She said: “Mr Philips is great; he has a different approach to teaching. His style is more of a lecture than a lesson, he treats us like grownups and that makes us want to work to the best of our ability”.
Joe Doyle wants to produce music and sees the benefits of studying Law. He said: “Law is very useful in any career choice. Mr Philips is brilliant, he’s friendly and his approach makes you want to learn. He makes Law really interesting”.