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Which a-levels should I take to take young childhood/care in university
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Which a-levels should I take to take young childhood/care in university
Maybe a social science like sociology or/and psychology. Any of those courses would give you a very good background knowledge and insight into human relationships.
BTEC health and social care would be good. That would give you again it would develop your background knowledge and essay writing skills.

In addition make sure you choose at least 1 subject you are really passionate about!
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Psychology and English Language would give you a lot of insight into early childhood development. Geography would possibly be helpful as it would give you an idea of demographics and sociology could help you get insight into the role of education in society. Biology would be useful. A language could also be helpful. A BTEC in Health and Social Care would be valuable for the practical skills but if your sixth form doesn’t offer this then any of the above would work.
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