A-level Philosophy support
We offer support to Schools and Colleges with resources for AS-level and A-level Philosophy.
We are pleased to announce our first booklet of teaching materials for A-level Philosophy: Nietzsche's Critique of Morality.
The booklet contains six short essays with comprehension questions and puzzles for discussion. It is designed to facilitate work that meets the criterion of independent critical engagement.
This is intended for the 'Why Should I Be Moral?' module of the AS-level as well as the 'Nietzsche's Beyond Good and Evil' module of the A2-level.
It is available to download and distribute under a Creative Commons license. We request that it is not made available electronically except by link to this web page.
14 October 2015
A resource for AS-level and A-level Philosophy. Edited by Jonathan Webber and featuring work by philosophers at Cardiff University.
We host an annual conference for A-level philosophy students and teachers. The conference provides new perspectives on the A-level syllabus material to faciliate the students' own original critical engagement.
The conference is held over an afternoon and has a maximum of 60 participants. We keep registration fees as low as possible.
If you have any questions about our teaching resources or the next conference, please contact us:
School of English, Communication & Philosophy
- Telephone:+44 (0)29 2087 6049