We sell innovative solutions for teaching AS and A2 Law which have been produced by experienced teachers and qualified lawyers. Although designed primarily for the AQA syllabus, these materials are ready to use 'straight out the box' for other A Level Examination Boards. All of our differentiated materials focus on the case-law heavy topics, and have been designed expressly to help cement understanding and recall. We are confident that nothing like this is available elsewhere.

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This free case note, and accompanying worksheet, is taken from a series of law materials which are available to purchase on the TES website. You are free to reproduce this work for your own students’ use.
We invite you to visit the Ace Law Materials shop on the TES resources website where you will find volumes of case notes, worksheets and a large bank of differentiated class activities (including crosswords, word searches, gap fills and dominoes) for many AS level topics in the AQA, OCR and WJEC syllabi. For those teachers who only need the case notes or the class activities, but not both, these are also available separately at a reduced price.
Topics covered in the series published so far include:
• Statutory Interpretation
• Judicial Precedent
• Negligence
• Elements of Crime (actus reus, mens rea and strict liability)
• Common Assault
• Actual and Grievous Bodily Harm
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