Sociology (A Level)
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Sociology is the study of human society, exploring its impact on group and individual behaviour, social relationships and interactions, and the cultures and identities associated with everyday life. The Sociology curriculum is rooted in real-life experiences that are relevant and relatable to our learners, equipping them to understand, explain and question the world around them. Students are taught to write fluently, consider evidence from different perspectives and draw thoughtful, meaningful conclusions. Sociology takes pride in our responsibility to prepare young people to become active citizens and engaged participants in society.
In the space underneath, you will find specific information related to this subject. As Key Stage 5 specifications change, it is possible that the course being offered to Year 12 is different to that being studied in Year 13.
With that in mind, please find attached below, links to the respective courses being offered to current Year 12 and Year 13 students.
Year 12 - A Level Sociology:
Year 13 - A Level Sociology:
Please find attached below, the Curriculum Maps for both Year 12 and Year 13: