The Nayland College Psychology programme is about how people think, feel and behave. Having these insights into ourselves and others helps develop empathy.


Students are introduced to the big ideas about human behaviour and then use the scientific method to test these ideas. Students take an in-depth look at how we think, feel and behave in a variety of settings. Theories about human behaviour are explored in four topics: neuroscience, social psychology, abnormal psychology and controversial psychological issues.


The Nayland Psychology programme has been running for 20 years and is a great example of Nayland’s ability to deliver subjects that are future focused.


To find out more contact Gaye Bloomfield (