The courses are often provided by universities, so at a higher ability than A-level, but they are a great way to stretch yourself and dig deeper. They might be especially useful for those thinking about university courses to get a flavour of them in advance.
This is a link to their page on free Philosophy Courses: http://ope.nr/2Aa
Courses that stood out for me were:
- A romp through ethics for complete beginners
- Critical reasoning for beginners
- Bio-Ethics: An introduction
- Environmental Ethics
- Philosophy for beginners
- Philosophy of Religion
- Science vs. Religion
- History of Philosophy without any gaps
All of the links seem to work - but clearly the websites they link to are of varying quality - for example I clicked on Plato's Republic and was sent to a website where a student has clearly recorded his lectures at university and just uploaded them; the result being very difficult to listen to! By contrast the link for "History of Philosophy without the gaps" goes to a fantastic website hosted by Kings College London - Here there are hundreds of podcasts to listen to and you can really further your learning done in lessons.